The Hot Air Balloon Adventure at Serengeti National Park : Tanzanian Serengeti is blessed with some of the most beautiful wildlife. You can have your equipment to capture excellent photos out on an exploration. You will see plenty of wildlife up close, necessarily you need to have a camera or lens with a focal length of at least two hundred millimeters (200 mm) and above with a strong digital zoom for more distant shots. You can establish a shot while on the ground level or vehicle.  Be aware that you can come with all the photography equipment except drawn which are prohibited in the Serengeti National Park. The best advice for those lacking the right equipment for photography or a camera, don’t worry you can soak it up with your eyes for a great memory of exploring the Park.

Serengeti National Park is highly blessed with a number of attractions, the Hot air balloon adventure being among the leading attractions at Serengeti National Park. Setting up the balloon can take up to half an hour (30 minutes), which includes a number of processes like assembling all the required components together, setting conducive environment for lighting up the system, igniting the machine ready for warming the air, and finally allowing people in and ready for their adventurous flight. When getting in, the balloon basket is in a horizontal position. You sit on a little bench and hold onto a stick in safe hands. As the balloon flows into the air, baskets stand up and eventually trip into the sky. It can be the best experience for you throughout the year on top of the land plains of National Parks and the Beautiful Island Beaches of Zanzibar. Early during the balloon flight in Parks, it happens to fly very low. It enables one to take photos of animals such as crocodiles and hippos in Rivers. Half an hour long, you will see the stuff of animals that you will never see on the road. The animals are pretty cool and mind-blowing. You will see secretary birds, hyenas, wildebeests, zebras, jackals, giraffes, elephants, buffaloes, antelopes, and gazelles. It is a unique opportunity to be on the flight over the parks in Tanzania. The time while on the hot air balloon safari ranges between half an hour up to forty five minutes at most, and whenever you will require more time you have to land and organize for a new time on air.

On balloon landing, all passengers sit on their seats and hold the stick. Once on the ground, it’s time to celebrate champagne, followed by breakfast soon after. Later follows lunch which always marks unforgettable moments in Tanzania, East Africa. Below are the places to experience the Hot Air Balloon Safari in Tanzania.

Masai Mara National Reserve Hot Air Balloon
Masai Mara National Reserve Hot Air Balloon

Any month is the best time to visit Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park with the specific goal of enjoying the hot air balloon safari. Serengeti is one of the country’s most well-liked safari locations. It is the oldest and largest of the parks in Tanzania’s northern region, with a total area of about one fourteen thousand seven hundred and fifty square kilometers (14,750 square kilometers). The scenery of Serengeti consists of savannah plains, acacia trees, and rock outcrops. The dry season, which includes the months of June, July, August, September, and October, is the best time to visit Serengeti National Park since it offers the best animal watching and draws the most tourists. Tanzania offers excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing in January, February, and December. In Tanzania’s dry season, wildlife species congregate near water sources to drink, making it easy to observe them. When visiting Serengeti National Park, it is also easier to spot wildlife species because the foliage is thinner in the dry season.

The Serengeti National Park is among the largest and the most attractive parks in Tanzania, whose larger portion is found on Mara region. Serengeti National Park is connected to a number of other comparatively smaller national parks as well as game reserves, and one of the most common national park which is directly connected to Serengeti National Park is Ngorongoro crater. The park is large enough to ensure the survival of savannah ecosystem, it’s an open boot land comprising 1.5 million hectors. The park is divided into three sections; the popular savannah central park, the Seronera Valley, and the land of endless plain. The land capes of Serengeti were originally formed by volcanic activities accelerated by action of wind, rain and sun. This place has a lot of inspiration to get out and see the world.

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