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Argentina

Adult & University Sport Tours to Argentina

Argentina is a popular travel destination especially for university students, so if your university sports team is looking for a destination for their next sports tour and wants to take in a bit more of the world, why not kill two birds with one stone? Tours 4 Sport organises university and adult rugby, hockey, football and cricket tours to Argentina as well as rugby coaching clinics with ex-Argentinian national players.

Buenos Aires is the lively capital and most of your team’s fixtures will be based here. However, on a sports tour to Argentina you will, of course, get the chance to see more of the country including Mar del Plata, Rosario, Mendoza and Cordoba. Most groups tend to extend their trip and head inland to ensure they don’t miss out. For a truly authentic traveller experience, take a flight to the Iguassu Falls and then fly on to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. Whatever itinerary you fancy, Tours 4 Sport can arrange a once in a lifetime adults sports tour to Argentina. 

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“A great time was had by all thanks and everything went off without a hitch. The rugby club really put a lot of work into the tournament and it is well run. On Sunday evening they put on a big awards ceremony with live music and dancers plus a sit down meal - a great rugby atmosphere and a good night was had by all. I will have no hesitation in recommending either yourselves or the event.”

JR - Sevenoaks RFC U17

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