Balloon Flights in Somerset

The county of Somerset is rich in rural beauty, with a varied landscape that include flat areas like the Somerset Levels and undulating stretches of land such as the Mendips and Exmoor National Park, as well as a splendid coastline. It is thought that Somerset was inhabited by humans as long ago as the Palaeolithic era and, today, it is a mainly agricultural area that is known for cattle and sheep farming, the production of delicious cheeses, and traditional crafts like basket weaving. Historically, the county was famous for its apple orchards, and cider is still produced in Somerset today.

Hot air balloon rides are a wonderful gift idea for any occasion. Whether treating your partner to an anniversary surprise or spoiling friends or relatives on their birthday, hot air ballooning is always an incredible experience that shouldn’t be missed. The balloon soars thousands of feet into the air, giving passengers the chance to enjoy unparalleled views of the countryside below. The peace and tranquillity of these flying experiences is unrivalled and it’s sure to be an occasion you’ll never forget.
Hot Air Balloon Rides over Somerset and Wiltshire. Aerosaurus Balloons have provided champagne hot air balloon flights to over 85,000 passengers over the most awe-inspiring areas of the South West of England during a quarter of a century as a leading UK ballooning company.

Somerset Balloon Rides

Somerset Balloon Rides

With impressive moorland, Iron Age forts, ancient abbeys and an abundance of castles, flying over Somerset in a hot air balloon is a truly breathtaking experience. Whether you’re flying gracefully over the Quantock or Blackdown hills, drifting over the county’s woodlands and heathland or taking in the many striking buildings and monuments that litter this historic landscape, Somerset is an incredible location in which to fly.
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Virgin Balloon Flights

Virgin Balloon Flights

For miles of unspoiled countryside, chose one of our fabulous balloon rides from Taunton in Somerset. The town sits in the spectacular Vale of Taunton Deane, between the Quantock and Blackdown Hills, with a skyline dominated by several impressive churches including that of St James, which towers over the Somerset County Cricket Club’s ground.

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