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Possible destinations in South Africa:

  • Sports Tours to Port Elizabeth

    Acting as a half-way point between Cape Town and Durban, PE - as the locals call it - is an excellent sports tour destination in its own right. Alongside sandy beaches and excellent water sports, groups will get a hearty welcome in what is reputedly South Africa’s friendliest city.

     

  • Sports Tours to Pretoria

    Located in the northern part of the Gauteng Province, the administrative capital of South Africa is a “green” city with more than 100 parks and nature reserves breaking up the urban landscape. Pretoria’s huge student population ensures a lively atmosphere especially on Burnett Street, the bohemian centre renowned its nightlife.

  • Sports Tours to Durban

    Durban benefits from unique natural and social influences that set it apart from anywhere else in the country. Durban has attractions to suit most groups, ranging from the bright lights of the Golden Mile with its restaurants and casinos to the tranquil surrounds of the local surf museum and, for the less squeamish, the snake park.
     

  • Sports Tours to Cape Town

    From its beginnings as a stop-off for Dutch trading ships in the 17th Century, Cape Town has grown to become South Africa’s favourite tourist destination. With attractions like the awe-inspiring Table Mountain, the infamous Robben Island and the Cape Peninsular National Park – home to an African penguin colony - it is easy to see why.

South Africa tour information


“The Rainbow Nation” is a premier destination for touring teams of all ages, combining breathtaking scenery, enthralling history and modern facilities in one unique package. Since emerging from apartheid, South Africa has emerged as a world class host of sporting events including the 1995 Rugby World Cup, the 2003 Cricket World Cup and the 2010 Football World Cup. Teamlink are experts in delivering tailor made sports tours to South Africa.

Sports Tours to South Africa
Visiting teams are guaranteed challenging fixtures in South Africa, where sport is seen less as a pastime and more as a unifying force. Race, language and politics become irrelevant when a national team wins and the Rainbow Nation celebrates as one. This was never more apparent than during the 1995 Rugby World Cup, which South Africa won on home turf. Following the final, Nelson Mandela wore the No 6 shirt of team captain Francois Pienaar - a white Afrikaner – and the two shared a heartfelt embrace, a gesture that served to heal old racial wounds across the country and set the tone for the nation’s sporting teams to this day.
 

Sample South Africa Excursions

 

South Africa is a beautiful place and an ideal location for nearly any sports tour. There is plenty to do to fill your spare time between fixtures and the choices are endless when it comes to organising your evening activities.

 

Table Top Mountain  

Table Mountain
Offering stunning views across the city and coastline, Table Mountain is accessible by well-marked hiking trails or cable car, for those who prefer a leisurely approach to sightseeing.

South Africa Sports Tours  

 Garden Route
One of South Africa's main tourist attractions, the Garden Route stretches from Mossel Bay to Port Elizabeth taking in some of the most beautiful scenery the country has to offer. Along the way, towns like Knysna, George and Oudtshoorn offer sightseeing and attractions, including the Cango Caves, a natural phenomenon of nooks and tunnels located in Precambrian limestones.

South Africa Sports Tours   Addo Elephant National Park 
Based 70km north-east from Port Elizabeth the park is ideal for a one-day trip, with the chance to see these majestic beasts in a safe environment. You can get close enough to touch the elephants! However we wouldn't recommend it and if you would like to carry on throwing balls in the future, we suggest you keep your arms and legs safely inside the car.

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Robben Island
Now a world heritage site, Robben Island has an infamous history as a jail for political prisoners - notably Nelson Mandela - during the Apartheid years. In fact, many of the tour guides were former detainees adding an invaluable insight to the experience.

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Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
One of Cape Town’s liveliest districts, the Waterfront combines shops, restaurants and other attractions, including an aquarium and museum, against the back drop of the harbour. A brilliant location to spend time in between your fixtures and training sessions.

 

Previous tours to South Africa


We are often asked for sample itineraries to our long haul destinations. As each tour is bespoke, we find that highlighting examples of our past customers' sports tours to South Africa allows YOU to view an itinerary, feedback and pictures of past trips in order to begin building YOUR personalised tour package with us.


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