Cricket is believed to have been first played in south-east England in the mid-16th century. The game was spread internationally with the expansion of the British Empire. International cricket first took place in mid-19th century.

As the home of cricket, England is a natural tour destination for any team looking to test themselves and improve their cricket. As well as conducting a Net Session at Lord's through Horizons you can also undertake first class cricket coaching sessions at County's such as Hampshire, Essex and Lancashire. The UK also offers some amazing sightseeing ranging from Buckingham Palace and Big Ben to Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral.

India and Sri Lanka provide the opportunity to visit countries where cricket has been elevated from a mere sport to a religion. In addition to taking on tough competition in ssub continent conditions you can also take in a IPL Game and see some of the amazing sights of the subcontinent including the Taj Mahal, Agra's Red Fort or the beautiful beaches of Galle.

South Africa provides the chance to combine fantastic cricket competition with a bucket list experience of a Safari. Experience the 'Big 5 - Elephants, Lions, Leopards, Rhinos adnd Buffalos"" as well as excellent cricket and cultural experiences in the Rainbow Nation.
Our Tasman neighbours in New Zealand, provide a value for money international option as well as strong competition, excellent grounds, adrenalin pumping activities and cultural experiences.