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England Cricket Tours

New Zealand is your chance to escape the ordinary, a breathtakingly beautiful land where the air is pure and the lakes an unearthly shade of blue. If nature had a design studio full of the most surreal ideas, it would be ‘The Land of the Long White Cloud’ or more recently ‘Middle Earth’
South Africa ranks highly on England’s overseas touring calendar. Lovers of wildlife and the great outdoors will instantly feel at home. The game parks are amazing, the scenery spectacular and the people delightful, so it's easy to see why touring South Africa is so appealing. 
Warm, tropical Sri Lanka nestles in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean and is blessed with beautiful beaches, sacred Buddhist temples, ancient architectural riches, stunning national parks, spralling tea plantations, amazing wildlife and a friendly, cricket loving population. 
While the cricket will take centre stage, the stunning Australian continent provides the perfect backdrop. There’s nothing quite like Australia’s weird and wonderful wildlife, laid back coastal lifestyle, buzzy cities, mythical outback and delicious food and wine.


Rugby Tours

England are going well in the ever popular Guiness Six Nations Championship and there is still chance to watch them against Scotland. Looking further ahead, the much anticipated 2021 Lions Tour to South Africa is on the horizon and we are already taking advance registrations for this once in a lifetime rugby adventure. 

Hong Kong Sevens
Rugby Sevens

The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series remains as popular as ever, with Dubai, Cape Town, Canada and Hong Kong leading the way for fans of the shorter form of the game. All are great long-weekend destinations offering fantastic rugby in some truly iconic cities. Put the dates in your diary!

Best of the Rest

We are delighted to offer you the chance to be part of some great sporting occassions across the globe. See great Formula One action at the ultra modern Abu Dhabi or Monaco Grand Prix 

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