Season: December to August
Embark on a school cricket tour to India, the epicentre of world cricket today and a country that inspires with dazzling sights and a heady atmosphere.
English-speaking guide throughout the whole tour
Outreach experiences with the local community
Incredible cricket culture and facilities
Part of our multi-sport offering
Competitive school cricket
Delicious Indian food for downtime
Sport pulses through the veins of India, with cricket being the lifeblood of the country. Dive into this cricketing culture and visit colourful cities and awe-inspiring forts and palaces.
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A team in Kerala getting ready to play against Sherborne School from Dorset
The Rugby School cricket team outside the magical Taj Mahal in Agra.
Cricket is played everywhere and loved by everyone in India
Immerse yourself in the rich, beautiful Indian culture
All of our tours are tailored to meet the specific requirements of your group. Speak to us to build your perfect itinerary
Typically, a school cricket tour to India would cost:
£2,200.00 – £2,700.00 /
* All of our tours are tailored. Prices will differ depending
on duration of tour, number of touring party size, number
of sports tailored, number of free places and
selection of excursions.
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What our customers say about us
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Cricket Tour to India
Thanks Toby and Gemma for all your hard work facilitating our India tour. It was absolutely superb, and the boys and parents have been unanimous in stating that it was a trip of a lifetime.
St Paul’s School
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We received excellent service. Friendly, helpful and always there if you needed them but also giving us plenty of space to enjoy and explore the island on our own.
Dive into India’s fascinating culture and visit bustling cities and awe-inspiring forts and palaces, while playing exciting and challenging games.
A tour to India will be an incredible experience for any school group. Make sure your team is at the top of their game, as Indian school cricket teams usually play at a very good level.
Support and safety
From the minute you choose to book one of our school sports tours, we provide all the support you need, helping you promote your tour and offering round-the-clock assistance while you’re away.
We require that all accommodation, transport and excursion suppliers meet our high safety standards, and all of our tours are fully bonded by IATA ABTA and ATOL, protecting your group against unforeseen events.
Looking for a multi-sport tour?
If you are looking to create a sports tour for more than one sport at your school, our team can help you tailor the ultimate experience in India
India is also great for:
Hockey, Netball, Rowing & Rugby Tour to South Africa
With four sports to cater for it was always going to be a challenge, but our trip flowed and our pupils loved every minute of it.
Discover the sights of Old and New Delhi, watch the sun set over the Taj Mahal, see Jaipur’s forts and palaces, explore a bird sanctuary and visit the famous Amber Fort.
The Taj Mahal, Agra
Visit the stunning Taj Mahal at sunset, built in the 17th century by Emperor Shah Jehan.
Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Encounter many fascinating species of birds at the bird sanctuary of Keoladeo Ghana National Park.
Delhi City Tour
Take in Old Delhi sights, including Gandhi’s memorial, the Jama Masjid mosque and the imposing Red Fort.
Air-conditioned, four/five-star, tourist-class hotels ensure the quality expected on a sports tour and the comfort required after a tough fixture!
All fully H&S Approved
All hotels have a pool and Gym
always 4*/5* Hotels in India
The Four Points by Sheraton is a luxurious and convenient hotel in Jaipur
Stay at the superb 4-star Park Plaza hotel in Delhi
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