This standard itinerary can have optional extra activities added at the standard price.
On arrival into Auckland you will be given an orientation of the city and your team will climb up the extinct volcano of Mount Eden.
This morning you will take a behind-the-scenes tour of the legendary Eden Park Stadium. Then you will play your first match against a local team in the afternoon.
Travel from Auckland to Hamilton for your second cricket match of the tour against a local side today.
From Hamilton you will travel down to Rotorua and stop at the Hobbiton Movie Set for a guided tour of Middle Earth. Then enjoy some free time later in the day.
This morning get set for your third match of the tour against another local team. Then spend the evening immersing yourself in a very special cultural experience which includes traditional Maori performances and a delicious hāngi feast dinner.
Continue South today to the nearby lakeside town of Lake Taupō, stopping at the mighty Huka Falls along the way. Enjoy some sight-seeing and a chance to soak away any aches and pains in one of the many natural hot springs in the area.
Today you will play another local team. After the match journey down to Palmerston North with sightseeing stops en-route.
Today you will travel to Wellington, the capital of New Zealand. On arrival your team will take part in a coaching session at the New Zealand School of Cricket.
Today will see your final game against a local team. This afternoon explore Te Papa, an internationally acclaimed cultural museum with a wealth of interactive exhibitions and displays.
As your last day of the tour you will transfer to the airport for your flight back home.
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- Develop their cricket skills
- Strengthen their team spirit
- Develop their organisational skills and time keeping
- Experience the nature and strong cultural background of New Zealand
- Socialise with foreign players
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