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Increase of Cricket Tours’ Popularity

Cricket is a fun game not only to play but also to watch. Yes, it can take up to 5 days. And yes, there are breaks for tea and no playing when the weather leaves better to be desired. However, cricket fans from all over the world know how important it is to be at the stadium, with their team and provide support on spot. Therefore, many cricket supporters like not only to get the news from cricket portals as Stumped.App but to go on tours where they get to visit both matches & country when these are set to take place in. 

These so-called cricket tours are usually organized by travel agencies specializing in sports entertainment. They usually take care of all aspects of traveling thus ensuring the best possible experience for you. However, they are not responsible for the most important part — your emotions and impressions from the matches and performance of your team. In the end, this should not matter as you get to spend time with your friends somewhere on the sunny beach in Australia or New Zealand. 

 

Going on Cricket Tour: All Must-knows 

So far, it seems there quite some options in terms of tours for the upcoming years and cricket seasons. Some of these include:

  • Sri Lanka in Australia (October-November 2019)
  • England in New Zealand (November-December 2019)
  • Pakistan in Australia (November 2019)
  • Bangladesh in India (November 2019)
  • Afghanistan v West Indies (in India) (November-December 2019)
  • West Indies in India (December 2019)
  • New Zealand in Australia (December 2019-March 2020)
  • England in South Africa (December 2019-February 2020)

When it comes to the tour organization, there are a few things covered by the organizers: flight tickets, hotel stays, game tickets, and sightseeing activities. Such tours are usually suitable not only for the companies of friends but also for solo travelers as they pose a perfect chance to meet some like-minded people and make new contacts. Moreover, these tours come in different packages for different wallets which makes them a universal option.

One of the most awaited games for the next few months is South Africa versus England in December 2019 – February 2020. Thus, tours to South Africa, for instance, would include matches in cities like Centurion, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Johannesburg, Durban, and East London. Besides visiting all these cities, one can also celebrate the New Year’s Eve in Cape Town and enjoy some African best safaris. 

Another potential highlight for someone wishing to go on such a tour could be the Ashes Series in 2021. It is going to take place in Australia between November 2021 and February 2022. As Australia is full of beautiful beaches, vibrant cities and marvelous nature spots — this kind of tour is surely worth going on. 

No wonder, cricket tours have been gaining in popularity in recent years as they represent everything a true cricket fan would want: complete carelessness as to the organization and a full emerging experience into the game. By taking care of the flights, hotels, as well as sightseeing activities, companies organizing these tours, are helping people to really enjoy what they came for — the game. 

All in all, many tours are organized for the upcoming years. Among these are South Africa versus England in South Africa as well as the Ashes Series 2021. So, if you want to make it to one of these, make sure to book your place soon!

 

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