The obvious choice for passionate young cricketers is to travel to visit where it all began, the United Kingdom.
After landing in London, see icons such as Big Ben and the Tower Bridge. Wander the grounds and use the training facilities at Lords, the ‘home of cricket’, where so many cricketing legends have been before you. In Southampton, visit the Ageas Bowl and have training sessions with country cricket training staff. Drive across the lush green English countryside and connect with local community clubs.
Enjoy the many attractions that London has to offer including some of the world’s premier galleries and museums, west-end shows and Warner Bros Studios.
For an enriching cultural experience and guaranteed sunshine, travel to this teardrop shaped island nation in the Indian Ocean.
Experience Sri Lanka’s rich colonial heritage and unique mix of races, religions and cultures, attending cultural performances and visiting sacred religious sites. Inland, visit beautiful lush green tea plantations. Get up close to an abundance of wildlife including elephants and turtles, and jump on board an exciting National Park jeep safari!
You will be welcomed by friendly, competitive young athletes keen to prove themselves in what is considered a national sport.
Arguably home to Australia’s biggest international cricketing rivals, India will offer an eye-opening, invaluable experience for young athletes. Connect with local clubs and players who have experienced a vastly different upbringing, and return home having developed both personally and athletically.
Your team has the chance to attend an Indian Premier League game, watching the Delhi Daredevils on home soil. In Agra, gaze upon the awe-inspiring Taj Mahal, one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. Visit the ancient fortified city of Fathepur Sikri and experience the contrasts, commotion, and craziness of Old and New Delhi.
South Africa is a leading cricket-playing nation and home of The Proteas. Visiting South Africa offers an eye-opening educational experience for young people, as a country with a turbulent political social history. Fascinating excursions can be arranged to see Nelson Mandela’s former cell on Robben Island, the colourful and contrasted community of Soweto, and the wildlife of Pilanesburg National Park on an exhilarating game drive.
Compete against Australia’s favourite rivals and build friendships across the ditch. You have the chance to attend a Super Smash T20 match featuring the Auckland Aces or Wellington Firebirds!
After game time, recover in natural thermal pools, and experience Maori Culture with traditional performances and hangi feasts. Celebrate a successful tour with adventure activities and visit the Lord of the Rings Hobbiton set.
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