06.02.20

We've started offsetting our carbon

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21.10.19

Our Breakfast

If you've ever fantasised about transporting yourself into those iconic scenes from Out of Africa, you'll appreciate the romanticism of the Swahili dress, so elegantly worn in that film. As a celebration of the journeys that brought both the Swahili culture from the East African coast to the higher climes of the Serengeti all those…

19.07.19

The Hard Edge of the Migration

It was the renowned wildlife photographer/filmmaker Baron Hugo van Lawick (one time husband of Jane Goodall the famous primatologist), who coined the term 'hard edge of the migration', saying that it was only from the air that you could see it (Hugo was a regular passenger with Serengeti Balloon Safaris). Have a look at this photo, taken…

12.07.19

Fantastic Flights

We've had some cracking flights lately, here's Jonny's report from yesterday: Morning all, We had another wonderful flight here in central Serengeti and flying conditions were perfect. The balloons were airborne in time for a beautiful sunrise and flew low level towards Sangers Dam, keeping the low level right paid-off and we were treated…

12.06.19

New Website goes live

Like one of your first safari cars, or even balloons, our trusted old website has done us so well, but it is time to upgrade to a newer model. After months of work we can finally announce that our new website is live, you are looking at it now. In this picture, Redempta, Huvira, Glory and Oliver from our Arusha office are looking at it…

12.06.19

Always Improving

We are always working with our manufacturers to improve our equipment. Here you can see a visit earlier this year of the team from Ultramagic Globos working with us on our newest N-425 to improve some of the pulleys and rope networks to attain more responsive performance. Now these balloons are even more accurate to fly!

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