Sports Tours Ireland

Munster in South Africa

Calling all Munster fans! Join Donal Lenihan on our great tour to South Africa next April for Munster’s two Pro14 matches. This 10 day tour has it all. Great Craic, Match Day BBQ & Drinks, Cape Town, Garden Route, Safari Drives, Special Guests etc. This tour has been designed to maximise your stay and enjoyment in South Africa but also allowing you to get back to work / home in a timely manner.

  • Depart Ireland with Emirates on Thursday 5th April @ 13:50 and arrive in Johannesburg, South Africa @ 10:15 on Friday 6th April.
  • Friday 6th April Internal Flight from Johannesburg to Port Elizabeth(Exact Times TBC)
  • Thursday 12th April Internal Flight departing Cape Town @ 11:40 arriving in Bloemfontein @ 13:10
  • Saturday 14th April Internal Flight from Bloemfontein to Johannesburg(Exact Times TBC)
  • Depart Johannesburg, South Africa with Emirates on Saturday 14th April @ 19:10 and arrive in Ireland on Sunday 15th April @ 12:05.
  • 2 Nights Stay at the 3* Garden Court Kings Beach Hotel on a twin/double B&B basis in Port Elizabeth.
  • 1 Nights Stay at the 4* Kariega Private Game Reserve on a twin/double B&B basis on the Garden Route with Game Drive.
  • 1 Nights Stay at the 4* Knysna Log-Inn Hotel on a twin/double B&B basis in Knysna.
  • 2 Nights Stay at the 4* Sun Square Cape Town City Bowl on a twin/double B&B basis in Cape Town.
  • 2 Nights Stay at the 4* Southern Sun Bloemfontein on a twin/double B&B basis in Bloemfontein.
  • Category 1 Match Tickets to both matches
  • Executive transfers on an air-conditioned coach
  • Donal Lenihan on tour throughout
  • Services of our very own experienced and friendly staff throughout

Price: €2,395pps

Single Room Supplement: €750

Personal Expenses

Travel Insurance. Available from €89pp. It is vital that you have travel insurance and we strongly recommend that you are covered from the time of booking as this may assist you in recovering monies paid in the unfortunate event of you having to cancel your trip

FIXTURE CHANGES: In relation to both matches, the television stations / broadcasters, who dictate the match scheduling, reserve the right to change the match dates. Please note that there may be date change fees with the airlines if this happens. However it is highly unlikely, as there has been a prearrangement with the Pro14 in relation to the South African games but if this does happen we will have to pass on these charges on.

HOTELS: Prices are based on twin/double rooms with two people sharing. If a triple room is requested, this is likely to be a double bed plus a sofa bed and is subject to availability. Single occupancy incurs a single room supplement as outlined in our costs. Should we (through circumstances beyond our control) be forced to change your accommodation, we will advise you at the earliest opportunity. In these rare cases we will offer a hotel of the same standard or higher and any extra cost will be absorbed by us.

PASSPORTS: All passengers travelling require a full passport. In the case of people coming to South Africa temporarily, the passport must be valid for at least 30 days beyond the date you intend to depart SA. Your passport should have at least 2 blank pages when you present it at immigration to enter or leave South Africa.

VISAS: Visas are NOT required for travel to South Africa from Ireland, UK and the EU.

CANCELLATION CHARGES: Should you wish to cancel your booking, we will require notification in writing. Cancellation charges will be levied in accordance with the scale set out in our full set of terms and conditions

INSURANCE: It is a condition of our tours that the Consumer is covered either by the travel insurance scheme arranged by the Organiser, or covered by another travel insurance scheme which furnishes the Consumer with at least the same level of cover as that afforded by the travel scheme arranged by the Organiser. In the event that the Consumer does not avail of the Organiser’s travel insurance scheme, he must furnish details of the alternative travel insurance scheme which he has arranged at the time of booking. It is the responsibility of the Consumer to check that the insurance scheme provides the Consumer with his desired level of cover. In so arranging insurance cover for the Consumer the Organiser is acting as the agent of the relevant insurer and shall not be responsible to the Consumer for any default by the insurer under that policy. All claims made against the insurance policy shall be made directly to the insurer. The Consumer shall be responsible for making any special or increased insurance arrangements which he deems necessary