The AIST Tour request form is found at the bottom of this page if you.
AIST specializes in putting together a first class tour customized to the needs of your group. Our staff is capable of planning a unique athletic experience for your team by playing in superb sport centers and against some of the best international competition available. Our various contacts and travel partners abroad allow us to fully meet even the most difficult requests, so you can see places and enjoy things that most other travelers won’t get to experience.
Traveling with AIST means having at your disposal a team of experts that understand your sport needs. We can provide the best suggestions on how to organize your tour, where and when to play, and against which teams. We can also arrange for you to use athletic facilities and provide top level coaches for training sessions if you would like.
This exciting experience will give athletes a chance to really look at sports from a different perspective, and learn more about particular countries, their history, culture, language and current events.
We will arrange all of the details of the trip for you including flights, accommodations, sightseeing, transportation, meals, games and guides. To top it all off we will include an experience of a lifetime for you and your group!
If you would like to request a custom tour package from AIST please go to our registration form so we can provide an accurate quote for your group size. There is a form at the bottom of this page that you can fill out in about 3 minutes to request a free team trip quote for your group. You can go directly to the form by scrolling to the bottom.
Here is a highlight video from Davidson University Women’s Lacrosse Tour to Munich, Germany – Zurich, Switzerland and Como, Italy with AIST!
Team Trips with AIST:
- Roger Williams University – Kelly Thompson – Women’s Basketball – Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Italy 2013
- University of Chicago – Ruth Kmak – Softball – Italy, Spain 2013
- Augustana Volleyball – Jamie Walkters – Women’s Volleyball – Dominican Republic 2013
- Johns Hopkins University – Megan Fraser – Field Hockey – New Zealand 2013
- Davidson College – Kim Wayne – Women’s Lax – Italy, Germany, Switzerland
- Colgate University – Heather Young – Women’s Lax – Italy
- Berry College – Cori Thiermann - Softball – Dominican Republic
- Augustana College Softball – Kris Kistler – Australia
- Johns Hopkins University Field Hockey – Megan Fraser – 3 tours – Italy and Argentina –
- Salisbury University Field Hockey – Dawn Chamberlin – 3 tours – Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and Italy
- Johns Hopkins University Women’s Lax – Janine Tucker – Italy –
- University of Chicago Softball – Ruth Kmak – Holland, Belgium, Germany
- Washington College Men’s Lacrosse – JB Clarke - Ireland and England
- Stonehill College Men’s Basketball – David McLaughlin – Italy
- Stonehill College Women’s Basketball – Trisha Brown – Italy
- Christopher Newport University Field Hockey – Carrie Moura – Dominican Republic
- William Patterson University – Lindsey Bard – Dominican Republic
- Spring Hill College Baseball – Frank Sims – Prague, Czech Republic and Holland
- Spring Hill College Softball – Allison Cook-Sellers Prague, Czech Republic and Holland
- Capital University Softball – Nan Payne – Costa Rica
- Milwaukee School of Engineering – Brian Miller - Dominican Republic
- Hendrix College Women’s Basketball – Italy
You can also find more in formation about AIST in our Media Guide.
Here is some Testimony from a few Coaches who have traveled Multiple times with AIST
Dawn Chamberlin - Salisbury University Field Hockey
“My tours with AIST have all been wonderful cultural, social and athletic experiences. A trip like this provides a very special bond for the team.”
David Williams - California State University San Marco Softball
“What a great opportunity for teams and individuals to grow and experience the world! AIST runs a perfect tour with a good balance of Competition, sightseeing and time to explore on your own.”
Megan Fraser - Johns Hopkins University Field Hockey
“AIST does an exceptional job of organizing and planning international tours. The service and value of their programs always go above and beyond expectations!”
Deena Applebury - University of Mary Washington Women’s Basketball
“AIST has truly perfected International sports tours. Everything runs smooth and without a hitch on tour. It’s definitely a trip of a lifetime!“
Lyndsey Boswell - High Point University Women’s Lacrosse
“What a great opportunity for individuals! Bringing athletes together from all over the country to compete against international competition really makes for an incredible experience.”
Team AIST Video testimonials
Here you will be able to view custom tours of team trips AIST has provided in the past.
December 26, 2009 – January 7, 2010
Augustana College Softball team will be traveling with AIST to Australia over the new year. This opportunity will give the Augustana College team an opportunity to prepare their team for the upcoming 2010 softball season. They will be traveling to Surfer’s Paradise on the beautiful Gold Coast of Australia. There is a stop in the fascinating city of Brisbane where they will be playing local club teams and exploring this modern city. A flight to the Northern Territory is included where they will experience the incredible snorkeling of the Great Barrier Reef…Read more
In the summer of 2008, CNU traveled with AIST to the Dominican Republic. While on tour they gave a Field Hockey clinic for the youth of the DR in a very poor community…Read more
Johns Hopkins University Field Hockey will be taking their second team trip with AIST during the new year of 2010. The tour will be highlighted with stops in Buenos Aires, Parana, Rosario and Montevideo Uruguay. Top quality field hockey and intense sightseeing package will make this tour an experience of a lifetime!..Read more
This is a sample of a custom tour that Johns Hopkins University and Salisbury University Field Hockey teams have taken with us. It\’s a great opportunity to play in three very different countries. You will also have the opportunity to see four major cities of interest; Munich, Germany, Salzburg and Vienna, Austria and Prague, Czech Republic…Read more
Johns Hopkins University Women’s Lacrosse team will be traveling with AIST to Italy in the summer of 2010. This will be the first time in Italian history that a US Lacrosse team has traveled to Italy. The Italian Lacrosse federation is extremely excited to have JHU travel to Italy for exhibition games and to help start the Italian Women’s Lacorsse League. This is an event that will help the growth of Lacrosse throughout Italy…Read more
Here is a sample of our tour of New Zealand. This is a 12 day tour that will cover both Islands of New Zealand and give you plenty of time to explore some of the major points of interest throughout this beautiful country. Depending on the sport you are traveling with, the level of competition will vary…Read more
Here you will find some of the many destinations AIST to can provide custom team tours for your sport…Read more
The Salisbury University Field Hockey team will be taking their second tour with AIST in May of 2009. They will spend time in Milan, Como, Florence, Turin and Rome with guided tours along the way. They will be competing against teams throughout the country…Read more
In the summer of 2008, Stonhill College called on AIST to save their trip to Italy. They had originally booked with another sports travel company that went bankrupt. They nearly lost their deposits and their tour for the summer of 2008. Fortunately, the staff at AIST along with their Italian Partners were able to put together a remarkable trip…Read more
The University of Chicago softball team will be traveling to Amsterdam, Antwerp, Brussels and Munich playing softball in three different Countries. AIST has arranged games with local teams from Amsterdam and Munich as well as a game against the Belgium National team…Read more
The Washington College Men’s Lacrosse team traveled with AIST to Ireland and England experiencing different levels of play. First in Dublin, they competed against the newly developed National team of Ireland. Lacrosse is new to Ireland and has only been an organized sport since 2006. Then on to the England National team for some of the toughest competition in all of Europe and the UK…Read more