Hot air balloon

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Trip Valid:

This trip is available all the time

Duration:

1 day

Activities:

Hot air balloon

Physical Rating:

Easy

Meeting point:

Wadi Rum visitor center(6am)

Finishing point:

Wadi Rum visitor center(8am)

5-1 Balloon flights typically take place during the early morning hours and last for around an hour, but you should allow 2 to 3 hours for the whole experience. At 5:45 AM you will be picked up from Wadi Rum visitor center and head towards the take off spot. The flight will take you to 3000 feet above the ground (4000 feet above sea level) and will last for approximately 1 hour. You will then land and be picked up by the ground crew and transfer back to the visitor center.

There are two balloons with different capacities (5 and 16 persons), so depending on the number of participant, one of the balloons will be used. the 5 persons balloon needs a minimum of 3 to operate while the 16 persons balloon need a minimum of 8.

5-2 As we mentioned this simple itinerary is all about the ballooning itself. Should you desire to combine other activities please let us know what goes on in your mind and we'll be more than happy to assist you enrich your desert experience.

Please note that in case of bad weather, the ballooning activity will be cancelled and we will refund you the full price of this package only.

 Prices:

People

Persons Num.

150 JD

prices

Inclusion:

Transport

  • From Wadi Rum visitor center to the take off spot and back from the landing point to the visitor center. Hot air balloon.

Meals

  • None.

Activities

  • Hot air balloon flight - approx. 1 hour.

Guides

  • Hot air balloon pilot

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