Wales manager Warren Gatland reliable a skeleton during a launch of a new partnership between a Welsh Rugby Union and Mercedes-Benz South Wales on Wednesday that will see cars supposing to coaches, players and staff until 2018.
The camps are set to take place forward of Wales’ World Cup warm-up games subsequent summer.
“We have got a high-altitude stay in Switzerland, that is being planned, and we are doing a comfortable continue stay in Qatar,” Gatland said.
“I consider we have got 12-14 days in Switzerland. We are going to nap high, sight low, going adult by wire automobile to sleep.
“We have had that formulation in place for a final 3 months or so and have prepared for all that.
“The thing with a altitude training is not so most that we sight during it, it’s only a physiological advantages we get from it.
“The plea is doing that in Switzerland during altitude and also during 45-50 degrees centigrade in Qatar.”
Under a understanding with Mercedes, a sum of 89 new cars will be distributed via a WRU’s workforce, including to Gatland and his coaching assistants Rob Howley, Robin McBryde, Shaun Edwards and Neil Jenkins.
“This is a latest new sponsorship agreement for a WRU Group, following on from a proclamation of a new general transport partner final month,” WRU arch executive Roger Lewis said.
“This is maybe an suitable time for us to simulate on a high value of a WRU code itself in a tellurian market-place.”
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