Spend the ultimate evening with someone special on an unforgettable private balloon flight for two over spectacular Palm Desert.
Watch the sun set over a truly unique landscape as you fly over elegant polo fields, orchards and homes and enjoy views of the majestic mountain ranges of Cochella Valley. Gain a whole new perspective on some of the most diverse scenery the West Coast has to offer as you gaze in awe at the jaw-dropping contrasts between the natural desert, with its wildflowers and sagebrush and the lush greenery of more than 100 country clubs and golf resorts. Drink in panoramic vistas over the date palm groves, vineyards and citrus groves to the East and a enjoy a privileged bird's eye view over the San Andreas earthquake fault and the Salton Sea.
There are few balloon rides that offer such drama and excitement. Bring your camera and a sense of adventure!
Wind down after your flight with premium champagne and delicious appetizers. If you’re celebrating a special occasion, complimentary Happy Birthday, Happy Anniversary and Congratulations banners as well as free souvenir pictures are included on the day
You must be in good general health. Pregnant women and people with pre-existing lower back problems should not ride. Children, 2 years and older, must keep both feet on the basket floor, and should be tall enough to see over the side of the basket. All passengers must be able to stand unassisted in the balloon. Wheelchair riders must book a private flight to prevent possible injury to other riders.
Sunrise and sunset flights are available on a daily basis. No flights take place during May, June, July, August and September. Ballooning is weather dependent and may be postponed in adverse conditions.
Itinerary: Allow 3-4 hours for your entire experience:
- Meet 30 minutes prior to sunrise or two and a half hours prior to sunset depending on your flight time
- Pre-flight briefing
- Layout and rigging of the balloon
- Balloon flight time approx 1 hour
- Retrieval and pack up
- Champagne toast and delicious appetizers on landing