Most motorcyclists associate the North Cape with Norway, the northernmost point on the European mainland that can be reached by road. But as so often, the most famous destination in a country is not necessarily the most beautiful.
|per rider in shared twin/double room||€2,899.00 $3,225.02 ?|
|per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room||€2,699.00 $3,002.52 ?|
|Surcharge single room hotel (only available when booking the 1-bed cabin ferry at the same time):||€499.00 $555.12 ?|
|Surcharge 1-bed cabin ferry (only available when booking the single room hotel at the same time):||€399.00 $443.87 ?|
|9 specifically designed day tours in Norway with tour guide in groups of 6 - 8 motorcycles.|
|Roadbook with hotel and route information.|
|Beverage service on the tours.|
|Luggage transport in the support vehicle to/from Krefeld from 15 participants (plus tour guides).|
|Hotel accommodation: 9 x overnight stays in double rooms in good middle class hotels in Norway. 9 x breakfast buffet. 9 x dinner as 3-course menu or buffet.|
|Ferry crossing: Night ferry Kiel - Oslo - Kiel. Accommodation in 2-bed inside cabins. Now including large evening and breakfast buffet!|
|All ferry crossings within Norway.|
|Travel insurance certificate for the entire journey.|
|Any tolls, entrance fees, visitor's tax, etc.|
|Everything that is not listed under services|
|Total distance: approximately 2 500 km (of which approximately 2200 km in Norway).|
|Daily stages: 110 - 340 km in Norway|
|Road condition: mostly good to very good roads; in Norway, occasional sections with a natural surface are possible, but can also be ridden on with road machines without any problems.|
|Riding skills: The motorcycle must be safely controlled on winding roads, especially in hairpin bends.|
|Climate: Temperatures around 20°C, at high altitudes it can sometimes be quite fresh even in summer.|
|Minimum participants: 15 riders (divided into 2 groups)|
|The ferry connection Kiel - Oslo - Kiel is a night ferry, so that we arrive rested in Oslo in the morning of the third day of the journey, or in Kiel on the last day of the journey.|
|The hotels booked are all good 3 and 4 star hotels, which serve dinner as a 3-course menu or as a buffet, breakfast is always served as a buffet.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
When Mother Nature distributed the scenic beauties around the world, she was particularly generous in one area of Norway. Rugged coasts, deep fjords, high mountains, glaciers and imposing waterfalls characterise this area, which is known as Fjord Norway.
Just as impressive and varied as the landscape are many of the roads that open up Fjord Norway for tourism and offer motorcyclists in particular an extremely enjoyable ride. And this even though the maximum speed on Norwegian roads is just 80 km/h.
To make the journey to Norway as comfortable as possible, we take the night ferry from Kiel to Oslo. This is reflected in the travel price, but saves us and you twice almost 500 additional motorway kilometres in Denmark. Furthermore, all ten ferry crossings within Norway are included in our price.
Day 1: To Kiel to the ferry.
Individual arrival at the Color Line Terminal at the Norwegenkai in Kiel by 11 am at the latest! Meeting with the tour guides and "boarding" the ferry to Oslo together. Get to know each other on board and dinner together in the buffet restaurant.
Please note: For participants with a long journey we will be happy to organize an overnight stay and breakfast at the GHOTEL hotel & living Kiel, see prices. Simply select the options accordingly when booking.
Day 2: From Oslo to Dalen.
After enjoying the rich breakfast buffet on board, we reach Oslo at 10 am. From here we will ride, mostly on side roads, to the town of Dalen in the western part of the Telemark region, where we will stay at the Dalen Hotel, built in 1894 in the Swiss style.
Day 3: Via Lysefjord to Sauda.
Today's tour leads us first over mountains and past countless lakes to the eastern end of the Lysefjord. We cross this fjord, which is a good 40 kilometres long and surrounded by extremely steep rock faces, lengthwise with a ferry. Afterwards we continue along the west coast to Sauda, where we will stay overnight in the Sauda Fjordhotel, built in 1914 in art nouveau style.
Day 4: Over the Hardangerfjord to Bergen.
On the way to today's destination we cross the Røldalsfjellet and ride along the Sør- and Hardangerfjord to the old Hanseatic city of Bergen. We will stay overnight at the Hotel Clarion Admiral in the middle of the city and directly at the harbour.
Before dinner we will take a short walk around the fish market at the harbour and through the old German Hanseatic office Tyske Brygge.
Day 5: Through the fjord landscape to Sandane.
Our destination today is the traditional Gloppen Hotel in Sandane. On the way there we cross the Mas- and Sognefjord by ferry, cross mountains and ride along countless lakes through the wonderful fjord landscape.
Day 6: Through the Geirangerfjord to Molde.
In the course of today's daily stage we use a total of three ferry connections, whereby the one-hour trip through the Geirangerfjord, which is part of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage, is the absolute highlight of the day. Today's destination is the Rica Seilet Hotel in the harbour town of Molde, known for its unique architecture and fantastic view over the Romsdal Alps.
Day 7: Day of rest.
Molde is very suitable for a day of rest, which is why we spend two nights at the Rica Seilet Hotel. As the saying goes that if you rest you rust, a visit to the Romsdal Museum or a hike on the Varden is a good idea, from where you can enjoy a magnificent view of Molde and the Romsdal Alps.
For those who would like to take a short tour on the rest day, we offer a short (about 150 km) round on the "Atlantic Road" with a visit to the fishing village of Bud.
Day 8: Trollstigen, Eagle Road and Dalsnibba.
On this day we take two of Norway's most beautiful and well-known routes under the wheels. First we ride over Trollstigen, before we enjoy the breathtaking view from the Eagle Road down to the Geirangerfjord. No less impressive is the view from the 1495-metre-high Dalsnibba, which we reach via a seven-kilometre toll road.
Today we will stay overnight at Thon Hotel Jølster with a view over Jølstravatnet.
Day 9: Bøyabreen (glacier) and Sognefjellsveien.
Today we visit the outlet glacier Bøyabreen, the main outlet glacier of Jostedalsbreen. Our next destination is the stave church in Urnes, which is part of the UNESCO world heritage. Over the Sognefjellsveien, Norway's highest mountain pass road at 1434 metres, we then head for our destination today, the Bergo Hotel in Beitostølen.
Day 10: Over the panoramic mountains to Norefjell.
Today we cross the Valdres on the Panoramavegen, a small private toll road, which may not be tarred all the way through, but which can be ridden without problems. Afterwards we ride past Hallingdalselva and Lake Krøderen to our last stopover, Quality Resort & Spa Norefjell.
Day 11: To Oslo to the ferry.
Although we have to be at the ferry terminal in Oslo at 12 o'clock, we use side roads as long as possible even on our last leg in Norway. At 14 o'clock our ferry leaves Oslo and offers us the opportunity to enjoy the passage through the Oslofjord in daylight. Afterwards, there will certainly be a place in the restaurant on board where the group can say goodbye to each other in peace.
Day 12: Journey home.
After an extensive breakfast buffet we arrive in Kiel at about 10 am and start our individual journey home.
- We reserve the right to change the programme, route or hotel. -