Sri Lanka Hot Air Balloon

Sigiriya Hot Air Balloon Ride

Enjoy breathtaking bird’s eye views of Sigiriya and the ruins of its ancient palace on this unforgettable hot air balloon ride!
We’ll pick you up from your hotel at 5 am and set off for the area where our hot air balloon adventure will take place. Depending on the direction of the wind, our starting point will be Sirigiya, Kandalama, or Dambulla.

When we arrive we’ll be given some basic instructions for the activity and enjoy a light breakfast to start the day. Then, we’ll hop into the basket and start to take off!
Soon we’ll be soaring over the impressive landscapes of Sigiriya. We’ll even enjoy a bird’s eye view of the archaeological remains of the ancient palace complex.
After an hour, we’ll land and make a toast with a glass of champagne or juice to an unforgettable experience.

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Hot air ballooning is the activity of flying hot air balloons. Attractive aspects of ballooning include the exceptional quiet (except when the propane burners are firing), the lack of a feeling of movement, and the bird’s-eye view. Since the balloon moves with the direction of the winds, the passengers feel absolutely no wind, except for brief periods during the flight when the balloon climbs or descends into air currents of different directions or speeds. Hot air ballooning has been recognized by Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) as the safest air sport in aviation, and fatalities in hot air balloon accidents are rare, according to statistics from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). Most hot air balloon launches are made during the cooler hours of the day, at dawn or two to three hours before sunset. At these times of day, the winds are typically light making for easier launch and landing of the balloon. Flying at these times also avoids thermals, which are vertical air currents caused by ground heating that make it more difficult to control the balloon. In the extreme, the downdrafts associated with strong thermals can exceed the ability of a balloon to climb and can thus force a balloon into the ground.
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