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FAQs

If you have a question about our balloon safaris, you may find the answer below but if not, please do email us on info@balloonsafaris.com.

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What extra precautions will are you taking to prevent coronavirus infection of guests or staff?

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With the global coronavirus pandemic are you open now? If you are closed, when will you reopen?

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Do I need to book in advance?

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When is the best time of year for ballooning in Serengeti?

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What about the “rainy season”?

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Do you operate year round?

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Are there any restrictions?

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I am on an organised safari with a set itinerary. Can I do this?

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What should I wear? What should I bring?

What should I wear? What should I bring?

It can be cool in the early morning, but often warm later, therefore a jacket or sweater that can be removed later is a good idea. A hat is recommended (particularly for the ‘follically challenged) as radiant heat from the burners can be uncomfortable. We suggest long trousers, long sleeves, preferably in natural fibres and stout shoes. Don’t forget your camera and binoculars. You can bring a camera bag or small backpack with you in the balloon.

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I’m scared of heights. Can I balloon?

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How much does it cost?

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Why is ballooning expensive?

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Can you collect us from Arusha?

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