Travel and cricket should be right about on top of every cricket lover’s trip-list. Whether you’re thinking of watching the World Cup or visiting iconic cricket grounds, you will find certain destinations worth the trip. Here are the top destinations that the cricket lover in you will want to visit now.
Why you should visit: The Great Barrier Reef, Sydney and its scenic attractions, food, and things to do; beautiful beaches across the country, city parks, surfing, wine region, and of course – cricket; the legendary Melbourne Cricket Ground, Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame in New South Wales, the Australian Cricket Association Stadium (WACA) Ground in Perth and the WACA Museum
Why you should visit: The country where cricket is like a religion, historic landmarks, the majestic Taj Mahal and other famous attractions; the people, culture, and cuisine; The Eden Gardens in Kol Blades of Glory Museum in Pune, the Cricket Ball Factories in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh; the Cricket Ganesha Temple in Chennai; Shivaji Park in Mumbai where some of the legendary names of the cricket world once practiced; and the HPCA Stadium in Dharamshala where you can watch cricket matches against a backdrop of majestic scenery of snow-capped Himalayan mountain
Why you should visit: Breathtaking landscapes, LOTR attractions like the Hobbiton, stunning natural scenery that include hot springs, lakes, mountains, and volcanoes; the New Zealand Cricket Museum in Wellington, and the Basin Reserve — a historic Test venue where you can watch cricket matches in the midst of beautiful scenery
Why you should visit: The country’s culture and history, a wide range of scenic attractions, natural wonders, adventure destinations, diverse wildlife; the picturesque Newland’s Cricket Ground in Cape Town
Why you should visit: People, culture, and history; bustling and beautiful cities as well as quiet and quaint countryside; historic buildings, awe-inspiring architecture, art and music scene; a strong cricket tradition, London cricket destinations likethe Lord’s Cricket Ground and MCC Museu, the Dukes Cricket Factory, and the Mitcham Cricket Green which dates back to 1685; head to Scotland for more cricket watching and sightseeing; explore the sights and sounds of Wales while catching a cricket match