Ballooning in Abruzzo
Ballooning in Abruzzo - what you shold know
Ballooning in Abruzzo - Where to take off?
BALLOONING IN ABRUZZO.
In Abruzzo, due to climate change and the proximity of the sea to the mountains, in the warm seasons the winds are not favorable for Balloon flights, therefore for those wishing to take a Balloon ride, we recommend the nearby Marche, where we have take-off points in the Maceratese (all information and prices are available on the page dedicated to the Marche: https://www.ballon.it/ballooning-in-abruzzo/ ).
The experience consists of:
Meeting at the take-off point, pilot briefing with passengers, setting up the balloon and flight, once landed, we will be happy to offer you breakfast or an aperitif to toast and celebrate together.
Flight duration: approximately 1 hour
The total duration of the excursion: about 3 hours
In the end, the pilot will sign the “Baptism of the Air” certificate, and we will take a group photo as a souvenir of the day.
Prices on request
Booking a ballooning in Abruzzo at:
393 1855323 Simone
Ballooning in Abruzzo - When to take off?
The balloon flight is done in the morning, at dawn, or in the evening, two hours before sunset, because in the central hours, the influence of thermal currents does not guarantee the safety of the flight.
Wear casual / sports clothing with boots or sneakers (comfortable shoes). The temperature in flight is more pleasant than on the ground, so wear clothing suitable for the season in which you are flying.
The recommended minimum age is 8 years and at least 120 centimeters in height for children.
At least one adult must accompany minors for the whole experience.
The price of the balloon ride also includes:
– Flight of about an hour
– Passenger insurance
-Assistance of ground staff
-Baptism of the flight with remembrance parchment
– Snack with typical products
– Shuttle service to and from accommodation facilities
-Hostess onboard to toast and souvenir photos in flight
The balloon flight is not recommended for children under the age of 8, women in a state of PREGNANCY, and those who have recently undergone significant operations or injuries.