... An exceptional setting for an exceptional experience!

Hot air balloon Marrakesh Ballooning over Marrakesh : Everything here takes a new dimension. Let the wind take you and discover the earth from the air.

Morocco ballooning offers to embark you on one off their unique balconies, form wich you will see the Atlas mountains and the aera of Marrakech like never before !

It is about twenty kilometers from Marrakesh, the effervescent that we invite you to spend a special moment of softness in our company. A breathless discovery in an open air 360° view basket.
The contrast between the city and the surrounding countryside is really impressive!

See life from a different angle and share this moment with you loved ones.

Welcome to the magical and surprising world hot air balloons.

Michel Ries, manager of the company Morocco ballooning and commercial pilot for over 30 years, totaling several thousand hours of flight. His experience and the experience of the other pilots around him is undeniable and is a guarantee for children and adults of all ages to live an unique dream with maximum safety.

"I flew over 25 countries, one day at 6000m above the mountains - 40 °, another day above the hot desert sands. After travels above all continents I decided to choose Marrakesh".

Michel Ries
Our top priority!
Serious study of the meteo before each flight.
Quality of our aircrafts.
Professionalism of our pilots.
The comfort aboard our baskets: pilot compartment / gas system separate from the passengers.
Typical breakfast after your flight.
Once in your life
Open to all and to all from 6 to 93 years (our oldest passenger).
No fitness is required, note that vertigo does not exist in a balloon.
There are more than two centuries, the Montgolfier brothers opened us the way to heaven.
Today it is up to you to live this great adventure...

At more than 3000 feets or at the ground level, you will discover a thrilling sensation of freedom.
Take off for new sensations!

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