If you’re planning to be in the Miami Beach area between April 25th and 28th, don’t forget your riding gear!
The Miami Beach Polo World event puts a modern spin on an exciting, ancient sport of kings and queens - and it’s just a private charter flight from almost every major US city.
Here are some of the highlights you can expect at this year’s event.
The game of polo dates way back to the 6th century BC when Persian horsemen used it as a training drill for military campaigns. Over the years, the game became hugely popular with English and European royalty, and successful business people alike.
In Miami, a world away from the lush polo fields of rural England, beach lovers have breathed new life into the game of polo.
Trading grass for sand, and with the ocean as a backdrop, beach polo was bound to be a big hit in Miami. The Miami Beach Polo World weekend celebrates this unique ‘re-branding’ of the game of kings.
Plenty of Action for Amateurs, Pros and Spectators
The Miami Beach Polo World event combines professional and amateur polo events in both mens and womens categories.
Whether you’re keen to field a team, take part in a friendly game, or enjoy the action with cocktail in hand, there’s plenty to look forward to.
The event kicks off on April 25th with an exclusive welcome function and team dinner.
The next two days (April 26th and 27th) will be high-action, with both the mens and womens events taking place.
After the finals on the 27th, guests and participants will party the night away on Miami beach, with some of the city’s best entertainers on hand to make it an unforgettable night.
Travelling private - the only way to experience Miami
With one of the world’s greatest party, shopping and recreation cities at your feet, you’ll have plenty to do when you’re not playing or taking in a game of polo.
For visitors planning to attend this year’s Polo World event, travelling private is the ideal way to arrive in comfort and kick off the weekend in style.
To book your private charter with ZUUM, simply enter your preferred travel dates on our booking page. We’ll do the rest.