Group Sports Travel

Experience the moments that move you with the people that matter

GROUP SPORTS TRAVEL

 

Experience the moments that move you with the people that matter, whether it’s your family, a group of friends or your top clients.   

 

We specialise in set departure group travel for a select number of popular sporting events. Watch the Assen Moto GP, Rugby 7s or PL Football with your mates. Or, book a ladies Wimbledon tennis package and indulge in strawberries and cream courtside with your girlfriends. Multi-day Cycle Tours and Cricket Tournaments are a great option to explore a destination in greater depth, making our group sports tours, like Tour de France holidays, an excellent choice for families.  

Global sporting events such as World Cups make for excellent incentive trips and are an attractive choice to reward your top-performing teams or treat your VIP clients to the experience of a lifetime. You can even join our groups as a single person or couple.  

Our hassle-free group travel packages include flights, airport transfers, accommodation, official event tickets and stadium transfers, and even more perks and value adds. Plus, an Edusport Guide is with you all the way to ensure that your experience is seamless. 

Why Choose Group Travel?

Corporate Travel Incentives

Corporate Leisure Incentives

A tailored group travel package is ideal as a corporate travel incentive option.

Friends & Colleagues

Friends & Colleagues

Experience the best sporting events in the world alongside your friends and colleagues

Family Travel

Family Sporting Events

Let us take care of all the planning on a group trip, making it ideal for family groups

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