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Adult & University Passport Guide

Before your team travels, they will need to make sure that they have all the valid travel documents required. In many cases, this will just be a valid passport, but you may need to check that your passport remains valid for a certain amount of time after you are due to return home. Below is a short guide to the usual requirements for each of the destinations that we offer. Please note that we do recommend that you check the latest advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office before you travel. 


If you are travelling within the EU, you are normally required simply to have a valid passport that covers the duration of your stay. In certain countries, such as France, the situation varies slightly for stays of more than three months, but this does not normally affect our tour groups. 


The UK and Republic of Ireland share a common travel area. However, we recommend that you take your valid passport with you, as you will need to prove that you are a British citizen. 

Rest of the World

Argentina, Australia, Barbados and Canada – Passport must be valid for duration of stay, but no additional validity is normally required.

South Africa, New Zealand – Passport must be valid for at least 30 days or 1 month from date of exit from country.

Brazil, Dubai, India and Sri Lanka – Passport should be valid for at least 6 months from date of entry into country. 

“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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