Tailor-made cricket tours in Kenya

Cricket has been played in Kenya for over 100 years and in recent years they have made an impact on the international scene, most notably reaching the ICC Cricket World Cup semi-finals in 2003. The cricket infrastructure is built around a mix of traditional colonial country club grounds and school pitches. 

Cricket teams of all abilities are very welcome to enjoy matches against the local schools and clubs with teams available from under 13 upwards to play against.  You are guaranteed a fantastic cricket tour that can then be combined with safari options in the Masai Mara and the beach at Mombasa along and for the most adventurous a journey by train from Nairobi to Mombasa!

  • The Capital: Nairobi

    Direct Flying Time: Approx 9 hrs from UK

    Passports: Must be valid for 3 months after arrival into Kenya although we recommend 6 months validity.

    Time Difference: GMT + 3 hour.

    Currency: Kenya Shilling (KSh). 

    Main Language: Swahili & English are the 2 main ones.

    Water: Drink bottled water only.

    Electricity: 220/240 v 50hz. Plugs are 3 point square.

    International Dialing: + 254

    Driving: Left hand side of road. Full license needed.

    Clothing:. Ensure on entry to the country that all sports shoes are clean and clear of all mud or items will be confiscated and fines imposed.

    Visas: Are required for holders of British Passports.

    Vaccinations: Please consult your G.P.

Latymer Upper School - Cricket

  • Gullivers staff were fantastic - hugely helpful & professional throughout. The tour was a once in a lifetime trip and one that every school should do. It was by far the best destination I've taken any trip on and the hospitality of the locals was amazing. This trip should not be missed.... by anyone!

    Gareth Cooper - Latymer Upper School Cricket tour