Cricket tours to New Zealand
It’s a long way to go to take on the Black Cap potentials but certainly worth the air miles. The Kiwis’ famed hand-eye coordination, demonstrated over a wide berth of sports, creates fearsome opponents with both bat and ball and this is something you will experience first hand on one of our cricket tours to New Zealand.
Enjoy a cricket tour during their summer season to prepare for a British campaign. Why not break the journey with a stopover in the Middle East to take on UAE counterparts as part of a twin country sports tour?
The hardest part is deciding what to leave out over the two contrasting Islands. The rugged South offers Christchurch, Dunedin and adrenalinefuelled Queenstown whilst the geothermal north and balmier climate lists Wellington, Napier, Taupo, Rotorua and Auckland as its staples. Our advice: spend as long as you can there, cover both Islands by bus and make sure you add in a few nights’ billeting to sample the incredible hospitality afforded by the locals. Whatever you choose, our cricket tours to New Zealand are unforgettable experiences that create memories to last a lifetime.
Where to stay in New Zealand?
We offer cricket tours in various locations: Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown, Napier, Rotorua and Twizel. Here is a sample of our hand-picked accommodation that is audited to UK regulatory standards at destination, Wellington.
For more information about where to stay in Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown, Napier, Rotorua and Twizel hit the enquire button down below.
Part of the global Accor chain of hotels, the Ibis Wellington is a midrange 3* hotel perfectly suited for teams on a sports tour to New Zealand.
Located on the in the inner-city of Wellington, Hotel Ibis is in close proximity to the Westpac Stadium, Lambton Quay and Te Papa. This hotel’s relaxed nature is a long-term favourite and preferred choice in the country’s capital. The contemporary accommodation features free WIFI, flat-screen TVs, bar, casual restaurant, fitness centre, indoor parking (on request) and can accommodate up to 4 persons per room – suitable for large group tours.
What to do in New Zealand?
Take some time away from the pitch to explore the beauty of New Zealand. Some popular points of interest we recommend are:
- Auckland Sky Tower
- Christchurch Gondola
- Jet Boating
- Waiotapu geothermal
- Waitomo Caves
When to visit New Zealand?
Cricket season runs January through to April, with training happening all throughout the year.
Find out where previous groups have travelled on their cricket tours:
Get in touch with us to chat about how New Zealand would make the perfect destination for your next school cricket trip or cricket team tour.