Hot air balloon flight
Beautiful landscape with Ngapali Beach
Children under the age of 8 years will not be accepted as passengers. Children aged 9-16 years with a minimum height of 1.4m / 4ft 6ins will be accepted if accompanied by a responsible adult.
Balloon supplier cannot accept liability for loss or damage to persons or property that result from negligence on the part of the passenger.
In order to achieve a safe flight, Ballooning supplier reserves the right to cancel or delay flights or change launch site at very short notice.Balloon supplier does not accept liability for any consequential loss or inconvenience.
Passengers are advised to wear 100% natural fiber clothing, with long trousers and long sleeved shirts or tops and suitable outdoor footwear. Please be aware that it can also be cool on the launch field before sunrise.
Some medical conditions may preclude a passengers ability to fly (eg: epilepsy, recent surgery, serious history of heart condition etc), any known condition should be disclosed both at the time of booking and also to the pilot on
the day of flight.
For safety reasons, pregnant women will not be permitted to fly
Balloon supplier accepts no liability for illness or injury due to any undisclosed condition, or failure to comply with any reasonable instruction given by an authorized person of the company.
The pilot is legally obliged to consider the safety and well being of all his passengers and may refuse to carry a passenger for whatever reason (if he considers that carrying the passenger may endanger the flight, other passengers or themselves). Balloon supplier reserves the right to refuse the carriage of any passengers at any time.
Any passenger whose weight exceeds 125 kg / 280 pounds or any passenger who requires seating for 2 persons will be requested to pay a 100% surcharge on the ticket price,
Failure to disclose the above weight information in advance may lead to the refusal of flight at the launch site, without refund.
The pilot-in-command has overall authority on the day and all passengers and crew must comply with his instructions. The pilot decision on all matters is final.
Prior to boarding the aircraft, the pilot will give a full safety briefing to all passengers.
All passengers must give the pilot their full attention and listen carefully to the briefing. (Filming of the briefing by a passenger is strictly prohibited).
lf the passenger has not understood any part of the briefing, then he or she must make the pilot aware and ask for it to be explained.