Thursday, 20 December 2012

Hot List Honeymoon Destination, South Africa

    South Africa is a one of the beautiful, multi-cultural country that has an abundance of unique destinations and experiences for travellers of all age . In this magnificent country, you can go on a safari, indulge in adventure activities, enjoy shopping, enjoy the beautiful cities, relax by the beach or sample delicious food and wine. Honeymooners have innumerable possibilities for romance and bring back unforgettable memories. It is immerging as a hot destination for the honeymooner’s .With so many things to do, here's how newlyweds can explore the wonderful rainbow nation.

Enjoy Self-driving

South Africa has first-rate road infrastructure, a variety of authorised vehicle hire fleets run by international and local rental companies, great weather, scenic beauty, splendid wild life and adventure activities, which makes self-driving a viable and pleasurable option during your honeymoon.

Close to Nature

Apart from spectacular scenery, there are many places where wildlife and nature can be enjoyed in leisure and luxury. The splendid game lodges  will pamper you with a list of experiences like game drives, bush walks, romantic candle-lit dinners and rejuvenating spa treatments in the wild.

Give a hint of adventure in the Romance

SA offers various soft and hard adventure activities across provinces. From world-class surfing, bungee-jumping, diving (shark cage, scuba, crocodile cage), hiking to horseback safaris, mountain biking, river rafting and more, all are supported by operators.


Shopping Paradise

There is some shopping reserved for everyone , pamper your sweetheart with so many shopping options and definitely  bring back some great souvenir for your home sweet home — from the eclectic to the conservative to the trendsetter or trend follower. South Africa is home to many a shopping Mecca from designer brands to local handicraft.



Best Places to See in South Africa

1. Cape Town - Cape Town & Western Cape is home to spectacular and unrivalled natural beauty.
Branded the destination of choice for leisure, events and business, Cape Town & Western Cape represents African sophistication, flair and affordable luxury.
Cape Town & Western Cape has an adventurous, stylish and a colourful melting pot of cultures, and offers visitors an opportunity to discoveries unexpected gems.

 St George’s Cathedral in Wale Street , The Castle of Good Hope , Melkbosstrand’s 7km-long stretch of white sand beckons , Muizenberg the nicest swimming beach , Drive to the scenic town of Kalk Bay , The Durbanville Wine Valley has so much to offer – and it’s just 20 minutes from Cape Town , Mongester OliveOil  - Enjoy a drive to a tasting experience with a difference, learn to cook African style and wash it all down with some delicious wine.


2. Hermanus  - With its unparalleled scenic beauty, modern infrastructure, upmarket shops and endless adventure options, it’s little wonder that Hermanus has grown in size and popularity during the last decade.

Hermanus has the status of being the best land-based whale watching destination in the world. Southern right whales visit Walker Bay from June through to December and can be viewed from aboard a boat, an airplane or the shore. Hermanus is home to the world’s only Whale Crier who blows his kelp horn when whales are spotted along the central sea route.

The Whale Festival has also become a feature on the town’s calendar . Shark cage diving provides an adrenaline fix for adventure lovers and kayaking trips on the sea or lagoon can be booked. Fernkloof Nature Reserve offers a range of spectacular walks among the fynbos

3. Knysna -  A gem of the scenic Garden Route, is situated between George and Plettenberg Bay. Perennially green thanks to a Mediterranean Maritime climate with rain falling throughout the year, Knysna is mantled by indigenous forests extending into the Tsitsikamma National Park area. Nestled between the impressive Outeniqua Mountains and the Indian ocean, the culinary capital of oysters and other delectable seafood is a compulsory stopover on every travelers’ itinerary. At the heart of Knysna is a lagoon protected from the sea by the monolithic sandstone "Heads”  best explored on board a catamaran or from along hiking paths in the Featherbed Nature Reserve. A hotspot for art and craft, as well as adventure activities such as tree canopy gliding, kloofing and abseiling, Knysna offers something to everybody.



4. Durban - The Indian and colonial influences in this South African beach city can’t be missed, and the blend of cultures and architecture makes Durban unique in South Africa. Durban’s Golden Mile is a destination for surfers, families and fisherman, due to its blend of natural beauty and modern resort. Major-city attractions abound, making this a good destination for families and couples alike.


5. Hogsback -  Hogsback is a fairy-tale world of mountains and forests. It is situated high up on the Amathole Mountains of the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, and is surrounded by centuries-old indigenous Afro-montane forests. Hogsback offers the ultimate break-away from the rush of city life - a dramatic natural beauty, lots of nature-based activities, and above all, silence and serenity.

6. Drakensberg Mountains - The Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa or uKhahlamba (the Barrier of Spears) is a 200-kilometre-long mountainous wonderland and world heritage site. The largest proportion of the Drakensberg area falls in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. Combining sheer natural beauty with a wealth of biological diversity, this 243 000 hectare mountainous region known as the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park has been preserved and venerated for eons since the San people or bushmen roamed these slopes. Tens of thousands of paintings depicting their daily life can be found on the rock faces, and in December 2000, the park received international recognition and was declared KwaZulu-Natal's second World Heritage Site. One may choose to try sheer rock or ice- climbing - or they may prefer the adrenaline rush provided by abseiling, white water rafting or taking a helicopter ride to view the Drakensberg mountains from above.

7. Kruger National Park - Soaked in legend and history, the iconic Kruger National Park in South Africa is waiting for you to explore its vast landscapes and outstanding African wildlife. Enjoy exciting game drives and walking safaris – find out what it is like to be close to a pride of Lion, feel the delight and intensity of a South African safari in Kruger National Park
Important Information and Websites for Your Travel Plan -
1.If you would like to receive a brochure on the Drakensberg of KwaZulu-Natal, please send an email requesting one to And for inquairy
3. capetown
4. Krugerpark
5. Information about Climate , Religion , currency , Time Zone , Health Issues please visit  Before You Go

Friday, 14 December 2012

X S Nightclub - Best Nightlife in Vegas

X S night club Las Vegas

What can be a better place than X S Nightclub in Las Vegas for new year celebration

XS New Years Eve 2013 with Avicii 
The most expensive club ever built in Las Vegas.Best for Nightlife
That's because The XS nightclub at the Wynn is stunningly beautiful, and lets the crowds in at an average (for Vegas) price of twenty to thirty dollars most nights
The 40,000 square feet club is built around a swimming pool. It's a gorgeous sight, inside and out. Large areas of the water are shallow enough to dance in, and every night girls can be seen, with shoes in one hand and a drink in the other, laughing and splashing around. The music pumps everywhere, a mix of Hip-Hop, House, and even a little Salsa. The outdoor area, even if it's packed, feels a little calmer than the indoors, probably due to the breeze and the open space of the pool. Bottle service is available inside and out, and useful items fill the space, like free seats and stripper poles. The bathrooms are big, beautiful, and service people are everywhere. Men will have their jackets dusted lint-free while they wash their hands, and women can solicit the help of free manicurists and makeup artists.  A perfect place for Bachelor and Bachelorette parties


XS Nightclub is located between the Winn and Encore Properties and is nothing less than stunning.

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How to Plan for X S Nightclub our tips:-

1. Plan out your visit to X S properly because just dropping in might cost you dearer. There are so many things waiting for you that you may fall short of dollars.
2. Avail VIP Services at XS including Table Reservation, VIP Passes and Hosted Entry.
3. Keep time on hand for the counter the traffic on road.
4. Bottle Service at XS does not come cheap and patrons should know the table location is a key determinate in pricing. Mainroom seating start at a minimum of 3 bottles and if a celebrity DJ is hosting  , plan on purchasing 4 bottles for any booth on the back wall .
5. Free entry for girls

6. You can get flat footwear from the vending maching in X S, if you wanna get rid of your high heels. (for girls)

Some blurred points of X S :-

1.  The carpet area near bar some time smells nasty.
2.  it’s a well-lit club, so if you are looking for some dark ambience than you might slightly feel disappointed.
3. Some people find the drinks not so cheap.

Essential information:-

1. Timing: - 10 P M to 4 A M
2. It Accept Credit Cards
3. No Happy Hrs
4. Best Nights to visit Friday , Saturday, Sunday
5. Very good for groups
6. Age allowed: - 21
7. Wheelchair Accessible
X S Nightclub
Most of the visitors give it rating not less than 3.5. Many say it’s a must go place in Vegas , So it’s worth checking out once in a lifetime
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Thursday, 23 August 2012

Moulin Rouge , A Place of Romantic Night Out in Paris

      Paris considered as one of the most romantic place on earth and its night life enjoys the status of the most colourful and romantic night life in the world .
When we talk about the night life of Paris , most of us do mention about The Moulin Rouge.

Moulin Rouge is best known as the spiritual birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance. Originally introduced as a seductive dance by the courtesans who operated from the site, the can-can dance revue evolved into a form of entertainment of its own and led to the introduction of cabarets across Europe. Today, Moulin Rouge is a tourist attraction, offering musical dance entertainment for visitors from around the world. The club's decor still contains much of the romance of turn-of-the-20th-century France.

Moulin Rouge is a cabaret in Paris, France. It was built in 1889 by Joseph Oller, who also owned the Paris Olympia. Close to Montmartre in the Paris district of Pigalle on Boulevard de Clichy in the 18th arrondissement, it is marked by the red windmill on its roof. The closest métro station is Blanche.

I Should or I Shouldn’t ? :-

You will always get a mixed review for this Club. Some will say it is worth visiting and some will say it not so good.

Our take is :-

 If you have ever visited the similar big Clubs in Europe or USA, or if you have ever seen a Vegas Show then you may not like it very much. It’s way too expensive as well. Some people find it too crowded also. Some time you may need to share your table with some strangers. Some tourists avoid eating there because of the high price of food and drink and if you are vegetarian then eating in the Moulin Rouge would be worthless for you. Some time you have to wait in queue to get inside which might be painful in winter.
BUT, it is also true that many tourist do list it among their must see places list and it gets many recommendations also. So if you are in Paris, then plan smartly and enjoy the Moulin Rouge, and we are here to help you on this:-

How to Plan for the Moulin Rouge in best way :-

1) Arrange discounted tickets

Most of the tour operators arrange the tickets for The Moulin Rouge. Though the price of the tickets are on the higher side but if you plan well and surf through some useful sites , you can actually save some money. Here are the list of some of the sites providing discount for the Moulin Rouge :-

2) You can save a lot of money if you arrange for your dinner somewhere else.

4) Definitely not a place to go with very small kids.

5 ) Book in advance to get a good place and table .

6 ) Must ask to the information centre or your tour operator for the transport arrangement.

For Further Information , Refer these sites :- 

Moulin Rouge Paris UK

Video of Moulin Rouge Paris

 Do write to us about your The Moulin Rouge experience .

Sunday, 19 August 2012

Chandipur Beach , a Unique Phenomenon for Beach Lovers

     Sea beaches are one of the most shot after destinations for a relaxing holiday. But only few beaches enjoy the position of being special and interesting. One such place is Chandipur beach in Orissa state in India. Though it is not among the most popular tourism beaches of India, but certainly it stands out in the crowd for the beach lovers.

Have you seen the sea disappear in front of your eyes? A unique phenomenon rarely seen anywhere else, the sea recedes by as much as five kilometres every day on the Chandipur beach in eastern India, not just enchanting the onlooker but also offering an opportunity to literally walk into the sea.

Where is it :-  Chandipur is a small sea beach in Balasore District, Orissa, India.
It’s almost like magical .  If you spend a whole day on this lovely beach you can easily distinguish  this beach from the other beaches.

As the day progresses, sea water recedes about 5 kms during low tide and advances to the shore line again during high tide in the evening. Elsewhere, the waves dash on the shore shouting madly, but here they are like a musical fountain, soothing to the ears. Elsewhere, the waters wait for the visitors but here the visitors have to wait for the waters. Elsewhere, the waves go wild and the visitors calm but here the ecstasy of tourists on touring orissa will go wild while the waves remain calm.

Chasing the waves when the sea retreat is an unforgettable experience. Once the sea retreats back into the horizon, the exposed seabed, littered with red starfishes and drift woods that make for souvenirs also, is open to all for walks and jeep rides. If you are a beachcomber then go gathering abandoned seashells , I am so sure you will get some finest pieces to gift to your loved ones.

Swaying casuarinas, sand dunes and the vast open beach makes Chandipur one of the finest and less explored beaches in India, a compelling destination. The nearby small fishing harbour (Balaramgadi) ensures the availability of good sea foods at the hotels at the beach. A new restaurant named MegaBites offers tasty Italian and Indian foods. Away from the crowd and cacophony albeit with very good connectivity (Roads and railway) this place should be savoured before many people explore this.Once the sea is back to its resting spot, you can go swimming and build sand castles and wait for the sea to head for another round of hide and seek.

There are other places that you can visit on your tour to Chandipur Beach that will make your stay in Chandipur, arranged by Tourism of Orissa, an unforgettable vacation.

The Khirachora Gopinath Shrine in Remuna (25 km); Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary and Jagannath Temple in Nilagiri (40 km); Bhudara Chandi Shrine in Sajanagarh (45 km); Shivalinga, elephant herds and trekking of Nilgiri Hills at Panchalingeswar (45 km); the Simlipal National Park and Tiger Reserve (100 km) and the nearby waterfalls and Shakti Shrine of Deokund are the other tourist attractions nearby Chandipur Beach, Orissa, that you can visit on your tour to Chandipur Beach with Tourism of Orissa.

There are many beach facing hotels, resorts and lodges where you can stay on your tour to Chandipur in Orissa.

Crafts  - You can buy some great art pieces for your showcase 

When to visit Chandipur Beach
The best time to visit Chandipur beach is between October to April.

How to reach Chandipur

By Air
The nearest aerodrome to Chandipur beach is at Bhubaneswar, some 212 kms away. Airport premises are availed with private taxis and visitors can hire them to Balasore, following the beach.

By Rail
Balasore Railway station, situated 16 kms away is the nearest East Coast Railway. Local transport facilities are easily available from outside the station and beach visitors can easily reach Chandipur within 45 mins(approx) of journey.

By Road
Roadways are good and visitors can opt for a road journey to Chandipur beach. Both the private and government run buses ply over NH5 and connects Bhubaneswar to Balasore. On reaching, visitors can hire private vehicles and reach the beach.

I am sure you will cherish the memory of this wonderful visit for long time 

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Monday, 6 August 2012

India has Discovered its Own Stonehenge

Stonehenge is a world renowned site. Recently I came across one interesting piece of news that India has discovered its own version of the Stonehenge.
The news is as follow :-

Hindustan Times
Mumbai, March 15, 2012

India may have its own version of Stonehenge, England’s prehistoric monument with astronomical associations, in Karnataka. Researchers from the Mumbai-based Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) and Manipal University have discovered 26 megalithic constructions at Byse near Hosnagara , 140 km from Mangalore, which were probably used as an astronomical observatory by its inhabitants.

The three-member team has claimed that the menhirs or stones, dating prior to 1000BC, are the first strong evidence of a monument with intentional solar and possible stellar alignments among Indian megaliths.
Using computer simulations, the team found that the standing stones are aligned to the north, east, south and west directions and also match the two solstices and equinoxes.  While the two solstices mark the longest and shortest days of the year, an equinox occurs when the sun is in the same plane as the earth’s equator.
“The megaliths may have helped inhabitants know the various seasons; helping them carry out agriculture and other trade,” said Mayank Vahia, astrophysicist, TIFR. “The study establishes that India had a strong intellectual tradition of precise astronomical observation not copied from any other civilisation.”
The study ‘Stone alignment with solar and other sightlines in South India’ is published in the latest issue of Current Science, published by the Indian Academy of Sciences based in Bangalore.
“Although the site was discovered in 1975, we went back to literature and found that nothing more of them was studied,” said professor Srikumar M Menon from the Manipal School of Architecture and Planning, Manipal University.

The Place is - Near Hosnagara  in the state of Karnataka , India . The place is close to the famous Indian Cities Mangalore and Bangalore  

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Friday, 22 June 2012

Snowdonia - The Gem of Wales

   Snowdonia means beauty, peace, adventure and serenity. Its 24-mile-long finger of land pointing into the Irish Sea. The biggest mountains in Wales and England are to be found here in the Snowdonia National Park. the Llŷn Peninsula is a protected ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’

Along with the natural beauty ,Snowdonia and Llyn also have lots of adventurous activities like Walking, climbing and water activities , Also enjoy the special rides on Snowdon Mountain railway and lake railway
The northwest is very traditional and very dense  Welsh-speaking part.The Snowdon highlands sheltered Liywelyn ap Gruffydd inthe 13th century and Owain Glyndwr in the 15th during their struggles against the English.

Attractions –

Snowdonia National Park :-

Snowdonia National Park  is situated in north Wales, it was founded in 1951. Covering some 823 square miles, the Snowdonia National Park is the second-largest National Park after the Lake District.
In the Welsh it is called Eryri ( Eh –ruh-ree) and the Welsh name of Snowdonia is “Yr Wyddfa” meaning Great Tomb. According to a legend a giant called Rita Gawr was slain here by king Arthur, and is buried at the summit.
It is an area with a population of  over 26,000 people.

The main attraction is Mount Snowdonia , stracched through 35 miles east to west and cover 50 miles north to south, with the height of 1085 metres / 3,560 feet. Snowdonia National Park has well over 100 summits of varying heights and difficulties, to test the most experienced of climbers. Snowdonia was the training ground for some of the early mountaineers, who conquered Everest. For those who wanted to climb  these mighty mountain without any difficulty , Snowdon Mountain Railway is there to help them .Believe me , This is one of the great railway journeys of the world - an unforgettable experience.

The Landscape of Snowdonia National Park is spectacular and varied, with 37km/23 miles of coast line, mountains, high passes, craggy peaks, sheer precipices and cascading waterfalls, it contains over 100 glacial lakes, and woodlands of coniferous and broad-leaved trees, which cover 17% of the ground area.

Rainbow beetle of Snowdonia

Enquiry –

Administrative head office , Porthmadog ( having six branches at different locations):-
Number – 01766770274
Website –
Note – Dont forget to pick up the copy of the free annual visitor newspaper “Eryri/Snowdonia” available at all the branch offices.
For weather forecast of the park visit

Caernarfon Castle :-

One of the must watch site is Caernarfon Castle, it is in the town Caernarfon . Caernarfon, situated between the beautiful Menai Straits and Mount Snowdon is a busy Welsh market town and a major tourist centre. Caernarfon Castle is the World Heritage Site, the most famous of Wales' castles, and the investiture in 1969 of Prince Charles as the present Prince of Wales. Indeed the town is dominated by King Edward the first's impressive medieval fortress and town walls, built as part of the iron ring of castles to secure his English foothold in Wales after the death of the last Prince of Wales. 

But the town is older than its medieval castle would suggest. Much older. The must see features are the eagle tower, Edwards statue over the Kings gate , museum of the royal welsh fusiliers and Segontium roman fort. It represent the reflection of the walls of Constantinople. Its an interesting place to visit with along the lofty wall walks, beneath the twin-towered gatehouse and within imaginative exhibitions located within the towers.

Opening Time :-
1st April to 30th June : 09.30 am - 5.00 pm daily
1st July - 31st August : 09.30 am – 06.00 pm daily
1st September - 31st October : 09.30 am - 05.00 pm daily
1st November to 29th February : Monday to Saturday 10.00 am - 4.00 pm ,Sunday 11.00 am - 04.00 pm
1st March - 31st March : 09.30 am - 5.00 pm daily
Ticket Cost
Around  £ 5 for an adult and around £ 15 for a family
For more information :-

Portmeirion :-

Portmeirion is one of Wales' premier visitor attractions, welcoming 250,000 visitors every year. 70 acres of exotic woodlands are Surrounding the village ,with easy to follow woodland trails and coastal walks. Portmeirion is open every day of the year from 9.30am to 7.30pm.

Llyn Tegid :-

Llyn Tegid or the lake Bala , the home for a shy monster name Teggie ( according to the legend ) and The gwyniad - a rare species of fish left over from the last ice age - lurks some 80 feet under water.
It is the largest natural body of water in Wales and a great attraction  for sailors and surfing lovers who benefit from high winds sweeping down from the Aran Mountains. Cyclists find much to challenge and inspire them in three mountain ranges, as well as numerous forest and moorland tracks at the edge of the National Park. In fact the small town of Bala, situated at the northern edge of the Lake, swarms with sightseers and sporty folk for most of the summer.

Dolgellau :-

Dolgellau is situated in the  southern part of The Snowdonia National Park, at the foot of the Cader Idris (Cadair Idris) mountain range with three main routes to the summit. The area displays abundant wildlife, including two Osprey nest sites about an hours drive away (one to the north at Glaslyn and another one to the south by the river Dyfi). There is a great deal of bird life around the Mawddach Estuary and the woods and countryside.This town pulls lots of tourist and serve as a great attraction of Snowdonia with many popular walks only two or three miles from the town centre. These include Torrent Walk and Precipice Walks (old and new). Another very popular walk/cycle ride starts from the town car park and runs nine miles along the old railway line to Barmouth on the coast.

Reaching there and getting around :-

Towns are well connected by the buses. Following are some of the important websites for the further information on buses and trains
-          Biggest bus operator – Arriva Cymru 
-          Buses to trailheads inside Snowdonia National Park are operated by Snowdon Sherpa

-          Cambrian Costline 
-          Conwy Valley Line 
-          Rheilfordd Ffestiniog Railway 

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Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Indoor Kite Flying - Amazing Event , Give it a Try

   I always love Kites , Colourful flying high up in the sky , It gives me a sense of freedom . Recently I came across with this magnificent thing name Indoor kite flying. I was just wondering what that is?

Indoor Kite Flying 

I know, many of you might be thinking the same. Kite and indoor ? they doesn’t go together ! But ITS VERY MUCH POSSIBLE.

From Japan to Germany…from India to Italy, a new breed of kite flyer is being born. At all times of the day and night you will find these dedicated enthusiasts inside schools, warehouses, gymnasiums, churches, ballrooms and even shopping malls, chasing an element exactly opposite traditional kite flying…a windless environment!

Many indoor kite flyers enjoy outdoor kiting with the wind at their backs, although they experience common limitations and restrictions, mostly weather and wind related…too cold, too hot, not enough wind, too much wind, etc. However, one restriction stands out above most…the inability to fly in the entire 360 degree window surrounding them. Typical outdoor wind conditions may allow a skilled kite pilot to fly as much as 180 degrees side to side and approach direct overhead manoeuvres; however, indoor conditions commonly allow a skilled pilot to fly 360 degrees and any overhead direction. Indoor kite pilots create wind utilizing various walking patterns, and shoulder, arm and wrist movements as well as acrobatic twisting, spinning and twirling making the kite flying experience more of a dance. Each body nuance is mirrored in the kite creating an artistic reflection of the flyer’s creativity.

Frequently called, “one of the most amazing things ever seen”, indoor kite flying challenges the observer to question the very idea of gravity. Kite flying is not what it used to be. Technological innovations such as super strong lightweight fabrics and composite carbon rods allow a skilled indoor kite pilot to manoeuvre futuristic looking, aerodynamic pieces of artwork through a windless environment with ease.
Just add air! These lightweight, super efficient indoor kites require no wind. Defying gravity, indoor kites are propelled by a gentle balance of movement and precise technique. These marvels of architectural design range in size from 1 to 10 meters and are guided on fly lines up to 20 meters long. Indoor kite flying is a true demonstration of art in motion.
So do enjoy this new breed of crazy kite flying , who knows you also might get addicted to it.

Website –
Kite Flying UK
Check out for the Indoor kite flying event in USA

Sunday, 10 June 2012

Hot Air Balloon Flight in UK - Make your Dream Come True !

        Have you ever imagined yourself flying up in blue sky with your loved one! If you have any such dream then, taking a flight in hot air balloon is a perfect option for you. In UK, there are several companies and organisations running these dreamy flights in some wonderful locations.

Some great locations are :- Bath, Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Bristol, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Cornwall, Derbyshire, , Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, London, Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Oxfordshire, Shropshire, Somerset, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Wiltshire, Yorkshire and Wales or Scotland Devon, Dorset, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Kent.

Many time, several hot air balloon companies co-operate together to form networks so that they can offer balloon rides in a number of different regions which can give you flexibility on where you can take your balloon flight. So it is useful to be aware of whether you are booking with an individual operator or with a network. We aim to keep the list up to date and complete, but this cannot be guaranteed.
All commercial hot air balloon rides operators in the UK should be licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and have an Air Operators License number and we recommend that you inquire about this with the balloon operator before you book your flight.

Balloon Flight Ideas:-  

  • Enjoy the Balloon flights on special occasions like Valentine’s Day, Birthday, Mothers day, and Fathers day. Enjoy the blue sky beautiful scenery and make the day memorable.

  • Gift the “Gift Vouchers” of Balloon flights to friends and family members on their special events of life like Wedding, Honeymoon, birthday, and anniversary.

  • Enjoy the flight with your kids to, you will love the expression of wow on their face.

  • Propose the love of your life on the blue sky on the beautiful, colorful balloon. 

  • Enjoy the clear summer sky.

Collection of websites for Balloon Flights:-

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