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How to Book a Sports Tour with Tours 4 Sport

It could not be simpler to book your sports tour with Tours 4 Sport, please just follow these very simple steps:

•    Choose your destination and tour (visit our website for ideas!)
•    Contact us for your personalised sports tour quote
•    Carefully read through our terms and conditions
•    Complete the booking form (right click and save as to download) and send the deposit
•    Confirm tour numbers and passenger details
•    Pay the final balance

By booking your sports tour through Tours 4 Sport, you can be sure that you will be fully supported throughout the process, allowing you to relax and enjoy the tour as much as your team. 

What’s included in a typical sports tour from Tours 4 Sport?

•    Executive coach travel, or flights and transfers
•    Suitable accommodation from hostels to 4* hotels
•    Social programme with days and nights out
•    Friendly fixtures or tournament entry, as required
•    Payment protection and sports travel insurance
•    Free place for tour organisers, if required
•    Ongoing support before, during and after your tour

We will be with you every step of the way, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at all. 

“Such a wonderful rugby tour to Paris. All the boys and adults had a truly memorable time. Everything from hotel, coach transfers and fixtures were spot on, we enjoyed amazing hospitality and even managed to bring home some trophies. We would be happy to plan future tours with you.”

CJ - Denbigh RFC

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