However, with the Ministry of Defense, the Indian Air Force, the Archaeological Survey of India, the Agra District Administration and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, all giving the go ahead, this dream might just come true.
More than 15 balloons have been permitted to fly over three routes during different parts of the day from November 14-16, and the passengers travelling on the balloon will get a chance to view the city like never before. The total ballooning experience has been divided into three parts, including Taj View, the Agraban and Nightglow.
First ride offers a magnificent view of the Taj Mahal from above.
Second ride will be along the Red Fort and other important landmarks of the Mughal era.
Third ride will be held in the evening, you will take a look at another beautiful sight with the balloons lighting up the night sky to the sounds of some beautiful tunes.
Notably, each balloon has the capacity to carry 4 passengers. Pilots are ready to provide safety measures and instructions for your safe ride. If you really want to fly over the Taj Mahal, get yourself registered before time runs out.
Read more. www.tajballoonfestival.com