Hot Air Ballooning

Hot Air Ballooning

Hot Air Ballooning, is considered one of the fanciest sport in India, alongside Golf and Formula-1 racing. Traveling in hot air ballooning is a daydream journey by standing in one wonderful place, flying high in the air, and striving to touch the sky.

A balloon is 1000 square yards of ripstop nylon, an average balloon is 50 feet wide 70 feet high and 57000 cubic feet in volume, large versions are available. The balloon is connected to the basket by steel ropes, the basket itself is made of resilient wicker and strengthened by a cross-weave of metal ropes. Cylinders of propane or butane fire burn located to the opening of the balloon. When cold air is blown into the entrance by a fan and the burners lit, a jet flame supplies the hot hair that gets the balloon airborne. By regulating hot and cold air, the pilot can steer the balloon along any charted course. Commercial balloon rides are yet to be made available in India. Balloonists required approval from the Balloon Club of India before floating out.

The lands of India have everything from lovely peaceful scenes to majestic monuments that are utterly spectacular to look at. Some specific places which provide the hot air balloon experience are Pushkar, Jaipur, Agra, Goa, Delhi, Manali, Darjeeling, Lonavala, and Karnataka.

The Indian International balloon festival is held every November and brings participants from all over the world.

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Khushi Anand

Hello! Great to meet you! I’m Khushi Anand, a university student who’s always looking out for new places to explore and stories to tell. With my colorful creativity, I want to take you guys on the adventure of a lifetime.

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