Orlando Balloon Rides in Davenport, FL
44294 US Hwy 27 • Davenport, FL 33897
Soar above sunny Orlando in the experience of a lifetime! Hop aboard a hot air balloon and get ready for an unparalleled adventure. Way above Orlando, you’ll be able to see all of the popular attractions, orange groves, forests, and more over the course of an hour flight. Be sure to bring your camera to remember this one-of-a-kind moment forever.
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After purchase, do I need to set-up a reservation date?
Yes, after purchase, you will need to call the phone number listed on your E-ticket voucher to set-up a flight date/time.
Where do the flights take place?
Our flights are in the Disney area. They can take place anywhere from Disney to Highway 192 and Highway 27 depending on wind direction.
Where and when do we meet?
We meet approximately one hour before sunrise. This can be anywhere from 5:30 am to 6:30 am at the intersection of Interstate 4 and Highway 27. From Interstate 4 take Highway 27 (Exit 55) and go north. Stay in the left lane and take the very first left turn towards McDonalds and Wendy’s. Our location is on the right hand side just past these restaurants.
Are there any restrictions as to whom can fly?
Health restrictions are few and far between. Unfortunately, due to insurance restrictions, we cannot fly pregnant women or children under 4.
What type of weather conditions are needed to fly?
Hot Air Balloon passenger flights take place in winds less than 10 knots, with no rain or approaching storms in the immediate area. Flights also require visibility of at least 2.5 miles.
What should I wear?
Dress as if you were going on a hike in the woods. NO OPENED TOED SHOES. We always suggest practical wear, such as long pants, a light jacket, a hat and no sandals or high heels. It is not any cooler in the balloon than it is on the ground, so we suggest dressing for that particular day’s weather.
What can I bring along?
Feel free to bring along a camera and binoculars to record this once in a lifetime experience. We recommend also bringing extra batteries and a protective camera case.
How high do we go?
Though the altitude record for hot air ballooning is 90,000 feet, the height of passenger flights ranges anywhere from treetops up to 2,500 feet.