Tours

Making Memories

Dulwich College Cricket Tour to South Africa

Dulwich College from London travelled to Cape Town in South Africa with their 1st and 2nd XI cricket teams. There were 26 boys and 4 staff. They played matches against Somerset College, Bishops Diocesan College, Wynberg Boys' High School, Paul Roos Gimnasium and Rondebosch Boys' High School. Whilst in Cape Town, they visited many of the Mother City's popular tourist attractions such as Table Mountain, Robben Island, Cape Point and Newlands Cricket Stadium.

Howick Prep School Tennis Tour to Cape Town

Howick Prep School from KwaZulu-Natal sent their girls tennis team on a tour to Cape Town in February 2016. The group was made up of 8 girls and 2 staff members. The team played matches against Rhenish Primary School, Beaumont Primary School, Herschel Girls School and other local schools. Sightseeing included Table Mountain, Robben Island, the V&A Waterfront and the Cheetah Outreach.

Primrose Hill Cricket Club Cricket Tour to South Africa

Primrose Hill Cricket Club from the United Kingdom sent their 1st XI cricket team on a tour to South Africa in February 2016. The team was comprised of 13 boys + 2 staff. Bundu Bashers Travel were commissioned to arrange their fixtures. They played matches against Belhar Cricket Club, Bridge House School, Curro Private School, Kenridge Primary School, Paarl Boys' Prep School, Rondebosch Boy's Prep School and Somerset College Prep School.

SUTTON VALENCE SCHOOL CRICKET & NETBALL TOUR TO SOUTH AFRICA

Sutton Valence School sent their Cricket and Netball Teams on a tour to Cape Town, South Africa. in February 2016. The will had a wonderful mix of fixtures and sightseeing. Schools they played against were Stellenbosch High School, Reddam House, Wynberg Boys' High School, Herzlia High School, Edgemead High School, Bridge House School, Strand High School and Fairmont High School. Sightseeing they enjoyed included visits to Table Mountain, Chapman's Peak, Seal Island, the Cheetah Sanctuary and Robben Island. They will travelled with 21 boys, 15 girls and 7 staff members.