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 The team at Micato Safaris can organize these airborne sojourns from four strategically located points in the national park, and will help tailor your trip to witness the seasonal wildebeest and zebra migrations from a balloon.  Serengeti National Park, Tanzania Nowhere on Earth merits a hot air balloon POV quite like Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park, where you’ll spot lions, hippos, and giraffes wandering through the acacia-strewn plains. 
Kenya’s Mandal Mara |
Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya Hot air balloons in Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve have served as the ultra-romantic backdrop of nearly every East Africa safari brochure since the early years of luxury tourism (we’re looking at you, Micato Safaris). Similar to the Serengeti, here, wildlife spotting is achievable year-round; but the vistas here are most spectacular when the wildebeest have migrated across the Mara River into the Maasai Mara, usually between July and October.
NAPA valley, California |
You’ll take off from one of three launch points—either Yountville, Pope Valley, or Paradisa, depending on weather conditions—and will soon be privy to panoramas of vineyards and rolling hills. YES!!!! Napa Valley, California Push pause on the Napa Valley wining and dining to enjoy the region from an entirely different perspective with Napa Valley Aloft.
World’s tallest collection of sand dunes |
Sossusvlei, Namibia The world’s tallest collection of sand dunes, Sossusvlei, in Namibia’s Namib Desert, impresses from any angle. Gawk over hues of red, rust, and orange, punctuated by bare tree trunks, and framed by pure blue skies. Organize your balloon expedition through your lodge with Wilderness Safaris or book directly with Namib Sky Balloon Safaris.
International baalon Fiesta |
Albuquerque, New Mexico Prepare to max out your memory card during the annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, a nine-day love affair of all things hot air balloons (which happens to run this year from October 1-9) and one of the most photogenic festivals in the country. Make sure you’re on site for one of the four “mass ascension” events, when more than 500 vibrant balloons lift into the sky.
Extreme adventure |
Queenstown, New Zealand A hot air balloon ride may not seem all that hard-core compared to other activities in New Zealand’s extreme adventure capital, but it’s still one for the bucket list. Here, the jaw-dropping Middle-Earth landscapes we admired during The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit come to life. It’s not bungee jumping or sky diving, but expect an adrenaline rush all the same on this early-morning adventure with Sunrise Balloons.

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