Rugby tours to Northern Ireland

Find a strong rugby tradition and a warm welcome on an affordable tour to Northern Ireland.

The Irish national team is driven on by each province’s professional team, supported through the excellent schools and clubs' rugby system. A tour here brings competitive matches against strong opponents.

Typical tour inclusions:

  • Well-matched fixtures
  • Accommodation
  • Travel and ground transportation
  • Your choice of excursions
  • Free staff places
  • Your own Tour Co-ordinator
  • 24-hour support
  • Optional branded tour kit
Typical prices range from
£350 - £600 Per person or call

Fixtures in Northern Ireland

95.2%

of customers praised our   'staff’s knowledge'

Rugby season in Northern Ireland
Aug to Apr
Perfect as a pre-season or end-of-season celebration.
Cheadle Hulme School, Cheshire, before their match with Portora Royal School, Enniskillen.

Cheadle Hulme School, Cheshire, before their match with Portora Royal School, Enniskillen.

Teams train and play at the 12,000-capacity Ulster Rugby Club, Belfast.

Teams train and play at the 12,000-capacity Ravenhill home of Ulster Rugby.

Tours can be part of pre-season training or end-of-season celebrations.

Tours can be part of pre-season training or end-of-season celebrations.

What you'll experience

Take in the sights of Belfast, from City Hall, to the cathedral and the political murals on the Falls and Shankill Roads. Visit the Giant’s Causeway, take to the surf or enjoy team building activities.

Sightseeing Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Sightseeing tour of Belfast 

See the dock where the Titanic was built and the political murals on the Falls and Shankill Roads. Photo © Iker Merodio.

Students standing on the rocks, Northern Ireland.

Giant's Causeway

Admire this dramatic landscape of basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. Photo © Alex Ranaldi.

Students with surf boards on the beach, Northern Ireland.

Portrush surfing

Take to the sea for a surfing lesson in Portrush, at one of seven amazing beaches.

Accommodation

With the cheerful and welcoming personality of Irish people there can be no better experience so close to home. Excellent accommodation is backed up by the great standard of facilities which, added to the natural beauty of Ireland’s rolling countryside, provides an ideal venue for school sports tours.  

The family-run Wellington Park Hotel, in central Belfast.

The family-run Wellington Park Hotel, in central Belfast.

Ramada Hotel Portrush

Enjoy panoramic views of the Atlantic from the Ramada Hotel, Portrush.

Why we love Northern Ireland

Andrew Loughlin

“The wonderful local people ensure that a tour of Northern Ireland creates an abundance of special memories of sport and good times.”

Andrew Loughlin, Sales Director

 

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