Your Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022 experience starts here. Don’t miss the three-day, fast paced premier Rugby Sevens tournament hosted by Cape Town in South Africa.Read moreRead less
Having helped fans experience Rugby World Cup Sevens since 1997 and proudly acting as an Official Travel Agent for the Hong Kong Sevens, Sydney 7s, Dubai Sevens, Singapore Sevens and recently Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 in San Francisco, our team are highly experienced at rugby sevens events and passionate about it too. We are planning for a huge tournament in Cape Town in 2022 and have exciting travel packages and tours starting to take shape. Our Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022 Packages will include official tickets, official hospitality, accommodation, transport, sightseeing, unique experiences, functions, events and more. You can trust our Travel Experts to ensure your Rugby World Cup Sevens experience is unforgettable.
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Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022 will be the eighth edition of the tournament and will feature the world’s top 24 nations for both a women’s and men’s tournament over three busy days at Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa.Read moreRead less
Rugby Sevens was first played at the Olympics in 2016 and since then has gained traction as one of the hottest sports in the globe. The HSBC World Series gets bigger every year in addition to the famous Hong Kong Sevens, which dates back to 1976, and is the biggest rugby sevens event annually. Other key destinations now have exciting World Series events including Sydney, Tokyo, Dubai, Vancouver and Los Angeles.
If you’re new to rugby sevens, it’s a faster-paced version of the traditional game of rugby; with 7 players per side and short seven-minute halves with only two minutes at half time. Dozens of matches are played each day over three days for both a women’s and men’s tournament. This all comes together as a fast-paced, exciting tournament with quick turn-overs, high scores, plenty of tries and hard-hits that test even the toughest defenders in the game. It’s a high risk/reward game with successful players combining speed with strength and stamina. Teams will play multiple games each day as they progress through the tournament. A rugby sevens tournament has a festival-like atmosphere with live entertainment, music, costumes and fun for all ages.
The last World Cup was held in San Francisco in 2018 and was the USA’s biggest ever rugby event with over 100,000 fans in attendance at the sold-out AT&T Park in downtown San Francisco. World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont labelled the 2018 World Cup as “one of the great rugby events”.
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South Africa is wild, diverse and truly breathtaking. It’s one of the world’s premier safari destinations and home to the Big Five (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino) within some of the best game parks on the planet. The most notable are Kruger and Kgalagadi, where you can stay in luxury colonial style accommodation, open-air tents and manor houses with home-cooked meals, guided walks and game park drives. But it’s not all about safari’s. South Africa has a rugged coast that offers fabulous surf, whale-watching, wildlife excursions and untouched beaches. South Africa is also known as a fantastic wine touring region. Take the Garden Route through Cape Windelands and Stellenbosch, where world-renowned wineries and boutique vineyards are right at home in lush valleys between jagged peaks. With Rugby Sevens World Cup being held in Cape Town, there is plenty to do in the beautiful cultural capital of South Africa; including nature walks and scenic hikes, wildlife filled beaches, shops, golf and a burgeoning dining and nightlife scene
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Cape Town's unique flat-topped mountain is a must-see when visiting the coastal city. Take the aerial cableway or hike to the top for a rewarding view of the city and coast
Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa
The world's largest museum of contemporary African art in the world was converted from an abandoned grain silo by London-based architect Thomas Heatherwick. It is as impressive on the inside as it is on the outside
South Africa is a popular wine touring destination with well-established wineries across the country offering boutique cellar doors and vineyards dotted in lush valleys with mountainous backdrops
Consisting of 1300 acres of botanical gardens sloping down from Table Mountain through Cape Town's leafy suburbs. Take the Tree Canopy Walkway for elevated views and the perfect spot for bird-watching. Don't miss the protea garden, South Africa's national flower
Enjoy pristine beaches, rugged coastlines, refreshing blue water and stunning shoreline vistas. Boulders Beach will be the perfect place to relax after a weekend of Rugby Sevens
Take a guided tour from Cape Town and other launching places to see the world's most majestic creatures
Stay in an open-air tent on your own African safari. Enjoy guided game drives at dusk and dawn and relax under the stars listening to the sound of silence and the occasional wild animal
Kruger National Park
One of the largest and most well known game reserves in Africa, covering an area of 19,485 km2 and home to the big five (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino)
Cape of Good Hope
The rocky headland is the most south western point on the African continent and is only 90 minutes from Cape Town