Cruises on the turquoise sea water is a very common p henomenon but have you ever thought of cruising in the air, at various high altitudes while witnessing the awesome view of the verdant earth beneath you? Than just go for Hot Air Ballooning.
Hot Air ballooning is a new form of adventure sport, which is still in its infancy in India. In our country, this new exciting adventure sport emerged in the 20th century only. Safdarjung Airport in New Delhi is the head quarter of hot ballooning in India and was established in the year 1970.
Of late, some of the Indian states are trying their hands in this thrilling adventure sport like Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka and Assam. Gradually several ballooning clubs are also emerging in the cities such as Guwahati, Dehradun, Bengaluru, and Jaipur.
Hot Air Ballooning guide, Apart from all these alluring destinations in India, the most sought after site for Hot Air ballooning in India is Agra. Due to the charming monument of Taj fondly regard as the 'epitome of love', this city of Uttar Pradesh attracts thousands of adventure enthusiasts every year to experience the hot air ballooning. Its really very exhilarating to view the white masterpiece of Mughal architectural brilliance with the glistening Yamuna river flowing nearby to it from the hot air balloon. So, to experience the same feeling you must try this sport.
Even former Miss World and Bollywood Star, Mrs Aishwarya Bachchan has decided to participate in this sport under the auspices of 'Delhi Aero Club' to promote this new form of adventure sport in India.
The ideal season and time for indulging hot air ballooning in India is winter season i.e from October to March and after sunrise as at that time the wind is very calm and provides most reliable condition for ballooning in India.