England Tour of India 2024

5 Test Matches

January – March 2024

Tour Schedule

1st Test Match – Thurs 25th – Mon 29th Jan
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad

2nd Test MatchFri 2nd – Tues 6th Feb
ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Vizag

3rd Test MatchThurs 15th – Mon 19th Feb
Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot

4th Test MatchFri 23rd – Tue 27th Feb
JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi

5th Test Match – Thurs 7th – Mon 11th Mar
Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala

The biggest cricketing nation in the world needs to be on every cricket fans’ bucket list, whether it’s seeing the ground numbers swell when Kohli walks to the crease, visiting some of the most interesting cricket stadiums in the world including the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala or stopping to chat to everyone and anyone in the street about the game. Pair this with some of the greatest cultural and sightseeing opportunities on offer, there are many reasons to be excited for this one!

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Tour Packages

All Five Test Matches

24th Jan – 12th Mar

Stay out for the long-haul and see Bazball have five bites at the cherry of being succesful in India! With four tour standards, and nine sightseeing options between games, we are confident we have something for everyone. But if not, please contact us and we can tailor a tour to suit your needs!

From £6,999pp

First Two Test Matches

24th Jan – 7th Feb

Take in the sights and sounds of Hyderabad and Vizag in two contrasting parts of India. Why not add on one of our sightseeing options, ranging from the awe and beauty of Taj Mahal, to the views, sights and taste of Southern India in Kerala.

From £3,499pp

Last Three Test Matches

14th Feb – 12th Mar

Finishing in the incredible location of Dharamsala, this is a great way to see some of the lesser-travelled parts of India, while still having the option to visit the wonders like Taj Mahal, Shimla or some of India’s National Parks.

From £4,999pp

Last Two Test Matches

22nd Feb – 12th Mar

England have never played a Test Match in either of Ranchi or Dharamsala – so what a chance to witness history! Choose between sightseeing options including the Golden Triangle & Amritsar, Shimla & the Golden Temple, Tiger Safari & Lucknow, a week on a beach in Goa, or simply spend a few extra days in Dharamsala!

From £4,449pp

Sightseeing & Dharamsala Test Match

28th Feb – 12th Mar

Start your tour by taking in one of our sightseeing itineraries, then head to Dharamsala to watch a Test Match in the heart of the Himalayas, something that is surely on every cricket fans bucket list!

From £3,499pp

Dharamsala Test Match

2nd – 12th Mar

Enjoy 10-nights in India to witness this historic Test Match and enjoy the wonderful town of Dharamsala, nestled in the Himalayan mountain range. Choose from four stunning hotel options to suit every budget.

From £3,199pp

… or tailor an itinerary to suit you!

Whether you have travelled India many times, or never been at all, if one of our standard itineraries doesn’t fit your needs – please get in contact and we would be delighted to assist in tailoring an itinerary to ensure you get the best out of your time in India.

Why book with Not Out Travel for the England Cricket Tour of India 2024?

Hear from our Tour Managers Carole & Nick Joyce

The sheer vastness of India entices you into a world of travel and exploration on a scale where it’s impossible not to be totally overtaken by its natural wonders, and indeed, its man-made marvels. The diversity of its geography is equally matched by its diversity of cultures, which are both unique and dynamic.

We’ve all heard of the Taj Mahal, seen photos and TV scenes, but nothing can compare to its unparalleled grandeur seen through your own eyes. A mausoleum, born out of a love story, quite simply holds you in emotional awe. But so much of India’s beauty remains unknown to us and what better opportunity is there than combining a cricket tour with such experiences of real-life India.

It’s said that over a billion Indians follow cricket religiously, they play it, watch it, eat, sleep and breathe it. It’s now totally embedded in the country’s history and tradition.

The Test grounds on this tour are all, like ours, totally different in their character and visiting them rates as one of the true highlights of touring India, even before the real action of playing starts.

Looking towards Table Mountain at Newlands in Cape Town or towards the Kandy Hills at Pellekelle in Sri Lanka takes some beating but the stadium in Dharamsala, sitting amid the snowy Himalayas is something else. Commentators can actually describe the bowler as ‘running in from the Himalayas End’ surely that says it all!

The day-to-day experience of India is something which enhances both the sporting side of touring and the sightseeing side too. The choice of food on offer is as vast as the country and is often cooked in kitchens ‘open to view’ in the restaurants. Each area prides itself on its cuisine and the variety of spices and tastes on offer… and spicy doesn’t mean hot – it truly means taste! And did we mention the tea?!

For travellers with an eye for clothes you will certainly be drawn to the skills on show. If you decide to get measured for a handmade suit or visit the colourful world of the fabric markets. You can get virtually anything styled and made to measure personally for you. Don’t fill your suitcase on the way out!

On this Not Out Travel tour, there are a plethora of sightseeing options between matches. You may choose the fabulous beaches on the shores of the Indian Ocean at Goa, take in some of India’s vast National Parks, visit Historical Lucknow which became part of the British Raj from 1857, Shimla, which was the summer capital of the Raj has much history and splendid buildings. But, let us not forget the Taj Mahal, perhaps one of the most famous buildings in the World. Dedicated to love, I am sure that is how you will feel about Not Out Travel following your touring experience.

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