Frequently Asked Questions
Check out below some Frequently Asked Questions. If you require additional information please don’t hesitate to contact us.
What kind of activities/excursions are available?
We offer a variety of activities/excursions in each resort and will tailor-make your programme to your requests.
Will there be medics at the tournament venues?
All our events are attended by qualified medical personnel.
How many hours of training are included in each tour?
We can include as many training sessions as you wish.
How many matches are included in each tour?
We can include as many matches as you wish.
Do I need insurance?
We strongly recommend you take out travel insurance before traveling. It is a necessary requirement for all groups going on tour to have adequate travel insurance. Be sure that this cover will insure for all activities that you intend to take part in whilst away on tour. Not only does travel insurance provide the cost of emergency medical cover while you are away, it can also cover lost or stolen luggage, the costs of cancelling, delaying, or cutting your trip short and personal liability.
Do you offer travel insurance?
At DF Sports we do not offer travel insurance.
Do you provide referees?
Of course – all our referees are qualified.
What happens if the weather prevents training/matches?
Portugal is known for its warm climate all year round. It is not too hot in the summer season, nor too cold during the winter period. But if the weather prevents training, we will endeavour to make alternative arrangements.
Have you adopted any mesures to minimize the risk and spread of COVID-19?
Of course. We keep health and safety the ultimate priority. We maintain proper health and safety protocol by controlling the number of athletes on training camps. We have intensified all cleaning and hygiene procedures according to DGS recomendations. We assure you that we’ll hire the best sporting venues that implement all safety and hygiene requirements. Also, we ask all of our clients to respect the health and safety guidelines, like social distancing and frequent hand washing or using hand sanitizer before and after exercising. The use of a face mask is required in all indoor public areas. Once at the reserved sport facility, masks may temporarily be removed while exercising.
Is it safe to travel to Portugal?
Portugal was the first European country to receive the “Safe Travels” seal, awarded by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC). Turismo de Portugal ensures that tourism enterprises, tourist entertainment companies, travel agencies, and tour operators are compliant with cleaning and hygiene requirements. This avoids all risk of COVID-19 contagion, making Portugal a safe and fun tourist destination for all.
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