8 Amazing Places To Fly a Hot Air Balloon This Fall

8 Amazing Places To Fly a Hot Air Balloon This Fall

Fall is coming to say hello to us and I can’t contain my excitement for planning a travel in such an amazing season. The fall is a perfect season to fly a hot air balloon. My first impression on hot air balloons is from a movie named UP, whose the actor attached thousands of colorful hydrogen balloons to the roof. Well, hot air balloon festivals are coming in many places, so there’re eight amazing places highly recommended to you. Can’t wait to pack my suitcase!

#1. Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

The Albuquerque International Balloon Festival in New Mexico is arguably the world’s largest hot air balloon festival, and it is held every autumn. Albuquerque’s peak is located in the northeast corner of Albuquerque with 10,000 feet above sea level. You can reach the top of the mountain by the world’s longest cable car.

#2. Bristol, UK

Bristol, the city of London, more than 200 kilometers west of London, is the annual venue of the Bristol International Balloon Festival. The Bristol Balloon Festival was founded in 1979 and is one of the largest hot air balloon festivals in Europe. It attracts more than 500,000 visitors every year. The Bristol Hot Air Balloon Festival is located on Ashton Court Hill on the outskirts of Bristol. When the hot air balloon rises slowly, Bristol’s iconic buildings are all in sight.

#3. Bagan, Myanmar

There are as many as 13,000 Buddhist monasteries around Bagan City in the heyday of the 11th century. The obsessive sunrise and sunset, the dotted stupa and the flying hot air balloon attract the attention of travelers all over the world. Bagan is in the cool season from November to the next March. During this period, there is less rainfall, less fog, and drier, which is a good time to fly a hot air balloon.

#4. Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia is one of the most popular places in the world to fly hot air balloons. One of the things people have to do here is to take a hot air balloon ride. Cappadocia is in pretty good flight conditions, flying most mornings from April to October every year.

#5. Saga, Japan

The Saga Balloon Festival is currently the largest hot air balloon festival in Asia and is held from about the end of October to the beginning of November each year. More than 100 hot air balloons from all over the world are colorful, and they are taking off in the cheers of people. The IATA World Balloon Championship opens in Saga, Japan, and will continue until November 6.

#6. Masai Mara National Park, Kenya

Every year from July to September, hungry animals will stage the most spectacular migration on earth for food. The majestic wildebeest and zebra have gone through the Mara River to the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya. The best way to watch animals in Masai Mara is to take a hot air balloon ride.

#7. Napa Valley, California, USA

Napa Valley in California is known for its picturesque vineyards, while hot air ballooning offers visitors a great way to appreciate the tranquility of the countryside. Environmentally conscious residents and vineyard owners are committed to protecting the natural environment, so passengers can enjoy the original rural landscape. Regardless of the season, Napa Valley is considered to be the ideal hot air balloon destination thanks to its mild weather throughout the year.

#8. Taitung, Taiwan

Lu Yeh High Land is the best place to overlook the entire East Coast of Hualien. The hot air balloon carnival in June to September attracts a large number of tourists to the advantage of excellent vision. From the high platform overlooking the hot air balloon rising slowly, it is definitely a rare innovation experience.

Whether in animated films or in real life, people are constantly exploring the sky. Plan a balloon trip with your loved one while it’s hot.

 

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