SWIMMING & WATERPOLO
Try another pool with your group. You pick where.
Countries all around the world enjoy swimming and most of them welcome competition from overseas. By touring with your swimming team, you can open up opportunities for them to see and experience the world. Learn about the history and culture in different countries, visit famous landmarks, see the natural wonders and enjoy a multitude of different activities for an unforgettable touring experience.
If you’re looking for an event to challenge your swimming team, why not participate in the annual Keo Nakama Invitational in Oahu, Hawaii? A 10-hour trip from the East Coast of Australia, 2021 will be the 73rd year of this event. After the event is over there are plenty of opportunities to surf, snorkel and shop in Waikiki while enjoying everything the Aloha State has to offer.
Take your water polo team on a tour to play organised fixtures or compete in youth water polo festivals. Challenge your team and give them the opportunity to pit themselves against the world’s best.
Water polo is played at a high level in many countries, so you have plenty of options. When touring your destination of choice, your team will have the opportunity to experience different cultures and cuisines. Whatever experiences your group wants, whether cultural, social or pastoral, touring is the perfect time to create memories that will stay with your team for a lifetime.
For a great event and a fantastic challenge, compete in the Pan Pacific Youth Water Polo Festival in Auckland, NZ, held every year in July for ages U14, 16, 18s and 20s.
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Compete in Europe and then return via Gallipoli to visit the historic site that protects the cemeteries and battlefields of the Anzac campaign in the First World War.
Alternatively, take a trip to the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican City, then view the Colosseum and the Roman Ruins from a hop on/off bus tour before returning home from Fiumicino Airport.
Enjoy the culinary delights of Catalonia in Barcelona starting with tapas, followed by a siesta (afternoon nap), before ending with a late-night dinner at the lively street markets.
Visit the Ivy League colleges like Berkley, Stanford and Loyola Universities that are well known for their swimming and water polo programs. Check out their facilities and open your team up to the possibilities of entering their programs in the future.
Disney and Universal Studios are a must when you’re visiting Los Angeles. Don’t forget to take a picture in front of the iconic Hollywood sign!
If you’re heading to Canada, you might like to visit Banff and take in the spectacular scenery, watch a rodeo in Calgary or sample poutine in Montreal.
Participate in the International Swim School Spectacular held every January in Singapore.
If you’re looking for a cultural experience like no other, Japan is a fantastic destination in Asia. Experience the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, then head to Hamamatsu, passing Mount Fuji along the way to experience a slower pace of life.
New Zealand affords many opportunities to compete against teams of a similar standard and complement your tour with some unique experiences.
Queenstown is the home of adrenaline inducing action sports, or you can just take in the stunning New Zealand scenery. Experience Maori culture with a Powhiri (Maori Welcome Chant) on to a Marae (Maori sacred place).