Serengeti Balloon Safaris in Tanzania will launch a new flight in the Tarangire National Park from December.
The launch site will be in the north-west corner of the Silale Swamp where travellers will take off in time to enjoy a sunrise across Boundary Hill and Lolkisale.
From there, travellers will witness views of the vast open Silale Swamp before heading west into the Tarangire river valley fringed with baobab trees, before landing for a breakfast underneath a baobab.
With its diverse wildlife and birdlife, Tarangire offers an alternative flight location to the Serengeti.
The tour operator also relaunched its ballooning operations in Ruaha earlier this year.
MD of Serengeti Balloon Safaris, John Corse, commented: “We are thrilled to be launching in Tarangire as it is such a stunning and diverse landscape to enjoy from the air. With a huge variety of wildlife, biodiversity and geology to enjoy, it is one of my favourite places to fly and we look forward to sharing it with our guests.”
Serengeti Balloon Safaris offers daily flights year-round except April-May.