T20 world cup 2021 package – If you are a cricket lover, then you must be waiting for the T20 world cup. Last year due to Covid this popular event was postponed. The IPL in Dubai was originally set to be hosted by India in 2020. However considering the impact, it has now been shifted to Dubai& Oman. The way Dubai and Oman dealt with Covid no one can deny that they are the deserving hosts.
T20 world cup 2021 travel package
Few Important F&Q’s of T20 Dubai world cup 2021 travel package
T20 world cup 2021 is starting on 17th October. The first match is between Sri Lanka & Ireland.
The final match of the 20-20 world cup 2021 is on 14th November 2021.
There are in total 16 teams playing in Dubai T20 world cup 2021 🙂 Below are the teams participating in T20 Cricket world cup 2021.
Papua New Guinea
Afghanistan is going through a very unfortunate time
The final match of 20-20 world cup 2021 will be played in Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
Stadiums that will be used in the T20 world cup 2021-
Dubai International Cricket Stadium
Sharjah Cricket Stadium
Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium
Oman Cricket Academy Ground
UAE has worked hard to keep itself safe from Covid waves. Though it was closed for most Southeast Asian countries from the mid of 2021, now in September it has given relaxation. Anyone travelling to Dubai will have to bring an RTPCR test between the last 48 hours of travel as well as a Rapid PCR test between the last 6 hours of travel.
With few exceptions, Dubai is open to generate Visas for almost all nationalities in the month of Sept 2021.
UAE has expedited the process of visa generation in 2021. These are due to different important events happening in this region in 2021. Dubai Expo, T20 world Cup and Indian premier league. It should not take more than 48 working hours to get the Visa of Dubai for T 20 world cup 2021.
How much will Dubai T20 world cup package cost?
The cost of the Dubai T20 world cup package depends on different factors –
The cost of 20-20 world cup packages in Dubai basically depends on the country and city you are flying from. However fortunately Dubai is the junction that connects many countries. Many cricket-loving nations are well connected with UAE. However, the prices will largely be dependent on the flight’s cost.
Obviously, it will be dependent on the category of Hotel accommodation one will be choosing. In Dubai, one can have a wide range of hotel categories starting from 2* to 7* and even more Luxurious than that. It’s genuinely a personal choice however it is very important to consider all the factors like distance, connectivity from stadiums etc before finalising any property.
No. of Matches
It usually depends on the team you are following as well as your passion for cricket. The cost will hugely depend on the number of matches one is intending to watch. The more the number of matches one is attending the more the person will have to stay and travel to different cities of UAE and Oman.
Match ticket Category
Some People don’t compromise when it is about watching their favourite player. Yes if you want it clear you will have to spend. There are different categories of match tickets that will be sold based on the comfort, view and inclusions.
If one is visiting UAE and won’t visit its heartwarming tourist places then it would be a waste. And your cost of package will majorly be dependent on the additional sightseeing one will be interested in. Who would want to miss Burj Khalifa, Desert Safari, Dhow cruise and many other things while on Dubai tour :).
What is the T20 world cup match schedule?
|Date||Match and Group||Time (IST)||Venue|
|23 October, Saturday||Australia vs South Africa||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|23 October, Saturday||England vs West Indies||7:30PM||Dubai|
|24 October, Sunday||Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh||3:30PM||Sharjah|
|24 October, Sunday||India vs Pakistan||7:30PM||Dubai|
|25 October, Monday||Afghanistan vs Scotland||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|26 October, Tuesday||South Africa vs West Indies||3:30PM||Dubai|
|26 October, Tuesday||Pakistan vs New Zealand||7:30 PM||Sharjah|
|27 October, Wednesday||England vs Bangladesh||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|27 October, Wednesday||Scotland vs Namibia||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|28 October, Thursday||Australia vs Sri Lanka||7:30PM||Dubai|
|29 October, Friday||West Indies vs Bangladesh||3:30PM||Sharjah|
|29 October, Friday||Afghanistan vs Pakistan||7:30PM||Dubai|
|30 October, Saturday||South Africa vs Sri Lanka||3:30PM||Sharjah|
|30 October, Saturday||England vs Australia||7:30PM||Dubai|
|31 October, Sunday||Afghanistan vs Namibia||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|31 October, Sunday||India vs New Zealand||7:30PM||Dubai|
|1 November, Monday||England vs Sri Lanka||7::30PM||Sharjah|
|2 November, Tuesday||South Africa vs Bangladesh||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|2 November, Tuesday||Pakistan vs Namibia||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|3 November, Wednesday||New Zealand vs Scotland||3:30PM||Dubai|
|3 November, Wednesday||India vs Afghanistan||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|4 November, Thursday||Australia vs Bangladesh||3:30PM||Dubai|
|4 November, Thursday||West Indies vs Sri Lanka||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|5 November, Friday||New Zealand vs Namibia||3:30PM||Sharjah|
|5 November, Friday||India vs Scotland||7:30PM||Dubai|
|6 November, Saturday||Australia vs West Indies||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|6 November, Saturday||England vs South Africa||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|7 November, Sunday||New Zealand vs Afghanistan||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|7 November, Sunday||Pakistan vs Scotland||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|8 November, Monday||India vs Namibia||7:30PM||Dubai|
|ICC T20 World Cup 2021 semifinals|
|10 November, Wednesday||Semi-final 1 (A1 v B2)||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|11 November, Thursday||Semi-final 2 (B1 v A2)||7:30PM||Dubai|
|ICC T20 World Cup 2021 final|
|14 November, Sunday||TBD||7:30PM||Dubai|