Tailor-made hockey tours in India

It may be a little known fact that hockey is the official national sport of India, but when you consider their bulging trophy cabinet of sporting accolades, it all becomes clear.

Boasting a total of eight golds, one silver and two bronze medals, the Indian men’s side are the most successful hockey team in Olympic history.

And with the sport taken seriously in schools and clubs, too, you'll find no shortage of opposition no matter what your team's age range or abiltiy.

Bowled over by the mind-blowing cultural diversity, you'll meet some of the warmest people on the planet, on a Gullivers tailor-made hockey tour in India.

Whether you want to visit Delhi, Calcutta or Mumbai, we'll help you create the perfect bespoke hockey tour in India to suit your squad.

Just remember to pack your open mind and adventurous spirit!

  • The Capital: New Delhi

    Direct Flying Time: Approx 8.5 hrs from London

    Passports: Should be valid for 6 months beyond intended length of stay

    Time Difference: GMT +5.5 hours

    Airport Departure Tax: Included in price of international ticket

    Currency: Indian Rupee. 

    Main Language: Hindi & many others. English widely spoken

    Water: Bottled water recommended

    Electricity: 220 volts AC 50 Hz

    International Dialing: 91

    Driving: Left hand side of road. International Driving Permit recommended.

    Visas: Required for all British passport holders & are obtainable form the Indian High Commission.

    Vaccinations: Please consult your G.P. Hepatitis A & B, polio, tetanus & typhoid is recommended.

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  • In all honesty this was probably the best school/trip I have been involved in. The itinerary did what it said it would do. India was a magical destination for both players and staff alike as we all apprecaited the cultural differences and the gap between rich & poor. To experience the sights, the smells and the sounds of India is an experience of a lifetime.

    David Cole - King's College Hockey tour