Alongside the benefit of unique experiences with our rugby tours, we also like to ensure that each and every one of our itineraries is action-packed. With uncompromising attention to detail and more than 20 years of experience, our school rugby tours are certain to cater for your every need. We will even specifically select accommodation based on the location and activities you want to embark on as well as the age of the rugby players on the team.
We want to ensure that as a teacher, you have an easy-going and enjoyable experience, and that each of the student’s needs are also catered for as effectively as possible. With an extensive range of contacts around the world in the rugby field, you can be certain to benefit from access to some of the world’s best facilities in order to truly motivate and push your team to the limit. With challenging and competitive fixtures mixed with thrilling activities throughout each day, you can be certain that our school rugby tours will tick every box.
Inspiring Global Rugby Tours
Some of the most popular tours on our roster include trips to France, Jersey, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa, but if you have another destination in mind then you can be certain that our bespoke rugby tours can cater for your requirements.
Our itineraries help to ensure that your troupe of rugby players stay active outside of their training and matches in order to help them to get the most out of the trip. We believe that a lot of learning happens outside of the classroom, and exposure to different cultures and new walks of life can help students to grow as people as well as sportsmen. It’s not hard to be impressed with some of the incredible destinations that we can arrange for you, both long and short haul, so make sure to browse our example itineraries including our school rugby tours to Argentina today.
For some of the younger sports stars, you may opt for a rugby tour to Jersey and enjoy a Jersey Seafari experience and a visit to the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. A school rugby tour to Ireland is always popular with schools looking for a stern test. If you’re looking for a long-haul option for your prearranged rugby tours, however, why not opt for New Zealand – the land of the adventurous. Here, you and the students can engage in white water rafting, bungee jumping, heli-skiing alongside many other thrilling activities! No matter what you’re looking for when it comes to rugby tours across the world, you can be certain that the expert team here at Sweet Chariot have you covered. Get in touch for more information or to book our school rugby tours, today!
As an example of what you can expect from a Sweet Chariot rugby tour, here is one we have recently operated to South Africa. This can be replicated for whichever destination you are touring to:
School Rugby Tour Itinerary
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What Our customers are saying
“Overall an excellent tour. We were very pleased with the itinerary. The training venue was stunning, just below table Mountain. We’ve been to Cape Town quite a few times and this was probably our best overall experience yet.”
Rob Burdett, Bablake School
“Thanks for an incredibly successful tour. Every detail had been arranged with precision, but with the adaptability to make subtle changes with our rep, which meant the day to day running of the events felt completely hassle free.”
Simon Swain, Blundell’s prep
“Easily the best tour I have taken with a group of girls. The Catamaran Cruise and Island Safari were brilliant.”
Jo Lupton, Berkhamsted School for Girls
“Training in the morning with games in the afternoon was perfect. We thoroughly enjoyed playing local opposition and playing in the tournament was great.”
Brendan Burke, Our Lady’s Prep School
“This was by far the best tour I have been on. The matches we played were all so competitive and very well matched.”
Kate Simlett, Moreton Hall School
“We had a fantastic 10 days. The standard of matches were perfect. The trips were great and the boys loved both.”
Mike Leonard, George Watson School