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Motorcycle Tour
Great North Cape Tour

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21-day motorcycle tour from Helsinki / to Oslo (incl. ferry from Lübeck-Travemünde/to Kiel).


- The indicated prices are minimum prices for the low season. Please ask for an individual offer for your desired travel date. -
Price per person in double room and 2-bed inside cabin (rider) €2,269.00 $2,524.17 ?
Price per person in single room and 1-bed inside cabin (rider) €3,799.00 $4,226.23 ?
Price per person in double room and 2-bed inside cabin (pillion passenger) €2,099.00 $2,335.05 ?
Bookable options:
Surcharge for the transport of a motorcycle with sidecar on the ferry/ferries. Price per vehicle and trip. €136.00 $151.29 ?
Extra charge for outside cabin on the ferry/ferries. Price per cabin. €158.00 $175.77 ?
Meal package on the ferry Lübeck-Travemünde - Helsinki: The meal package includes 1 x brunch, 1x evening buffet Superior* and 1x breakfast (*Evening buffet Superior incl. milk, water, fruit juices, coffee, tea, draught beer, white and red wine and a selection of soft drinks). Price per person. Not subsequently bookable, only directly with booking the trip! €62.00 $68.97 ?
Evening buffet on the ferry Oslo - Kiel: Evening buffet on the ferry. Price per person and route. Not subsequently bookable, only possible directly with booking the trip! €35.00 $38.94 ?
Breakfast buffet on the ferry Oslo - Kiel: Breakfast buffet on the ferry. Price per person and route. Cannot be booked later, only directly with the booking of the journey! For 4- and 5-star cabins, the breakfast buffet is already included. €17.00 $18.91 ?


Ferry passages Lübeck-Travemünde - Helsinki and Oslo - Kiel each in a 2-bed cabin inside (bunk beds) with shower/WC (without on-board catering)
Motorcycle transport on the ferries
17 nights in good middle class hotels in rooms with bath or shower/WC
Fjord passages Geiranger - Hellesylt and Kaupanger - Gudvangen incl. motorbike transport
Route description and GPS data
Maps and information material
one travel book per room
Not included
Everything that is not listed under services
Parking fees, possibly tolls, fjord ferries (except above mentioned), North Cape entrance fee (approx. 30 Euro), possibly local tax payable on site

More details

Getting there: The arrival and departure by ferry from Lübeck-Travemünde and to Kiel and the motorcycle transport on the ferries are already included in the price. The tour will be riden with your own motorcycle.
Catering on the ferries: On the ferries, meals are offered in the on-board restaurants - payable on the spot. On some ferry routes we offer pre-bookable meal packages. You will then find these under the optional services in the price section of the trip and can only be booked directly in connection with the trip, a subsequent booking is not possible.
Route description and GPS data: The route description and GPS data correspond to the course of the journey according to the tender. Individual changes and optional programmes are not considered.
Parking spaces: For this trip we usually use accommodation with parking spaces. We will reserve a pitch for you when you book (where possible, no claim). Parking fees may apply, which must be paid on site. The amount of parking fees can vary greatly depending on the location and hotel.
Tolls Scandinavia: Tolls may be charged on some stages, e.g. in Sweden and Norway. Billing is usually automatic, your vehicle is registered as it passes through the toll station and you will receive an invoice sent to your home (or to the address of the owner). In Norway, however, there are also stations with cash payment.
Ride the Trollstigen: The pass is only passable in the summer months - between May and October.
Fjord ferries: Please note that depending on the route chosen, different ferry connections may be part of the stage. These "smaller fjord ferries" in Norway are not included in the price and are payable on site (except those shown separately).
Accessibility: Please note that the trip is not or only partially suitable for people with physical disabilities.
Entry requirements Scandinavia: The Scandinavian countries are members of the Schengen area. German citizens require an identity card or passport with sufficient validity for entry. For other nationals, please contact the embassy in question. Children need their own identification document, the entry in the passport of their parents is no longer accepted. Further information on the current entry regulations at the Federal Foreign Office at www.auswaertiges-amt.de * Please note that you are responsible for compliance with the entry regulations yourself.
Health regulations: Please contact your family doctor for vaccination advice for the target area.
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.


With the motorcycle to the North Cape - that sounds like a desire to explore! The deep forests of Finland, the barren landscape of Lapland, the North Cape, the Atlantic Road and last but not least the Trollstigen at the Geiranger Fjord winding through the mountains - this trip takes you along many a spectacular route. On your tour you will pass exciting cities as well as plenty of wild and lonely nature. Sometimes lush green, sometimes rugged and barren. You will cross the Arctic Circle twice, once northwards in Finland and once southwards in Norway. And with the North Cape you will reach the northernmost point of your journey - and perhaps also the fulfilment of a long-cherished childhood dream ...

Tour character:

A tour for adventurers with staying power. Almost 5,000 km of experience are on the program. If you want to reach the North Cape, you have to accept the distance ... and the way is the goal. Partly long daily stages of up to 400 km make this trip an ambitious tour. But the impressions are worth it. The partly winding roads and last but not least the Trollstigen and the Atlantic Road bring a lot of riding fun! On some days we offer you alternative routes.

If you like, you can extend your stay with a side trip to the Lofoten Islands!

Day 1: Arrival

Individual arrival in Lübeck-Travemünde, embarkation in the late evening and departure in the direction of Helsinki at night (approx. 2.00 a.m. (Mondays) or 3.00 a.m. (Tuesdays to Sundays)). Overnight stay on board.

Day 2: At sea

Enjoy a relaxing day at sea. Overnight stay on board.

Day 3: Helsinki - Jyväskylä (approx. 280 km)

In the morning (approx. 9.00 o'clock) arrival in Helsinki. If you like, you can take a look at the Finnish metropolis and make a stop at the cathedral, the harbour or the rock church. Then your eventful tour starts in northern direction. You will reach one of the regions with the most lakes in Finland. Your destination for the day is Jyväskylä. The university town has many buildings by the architect and designer Alvar Aalto. Overnight stay in Jyväskylä.

Day 4: Jyväskylä - Oulu (approx. 340 km)

The further north you travel, the lonelier the roads become, with forests and lakes dominating the route. With Oulu you reach a lively harbour town. It is famous for the Air Guitar World Championship. Overnight stay in Oulu.

Day 5: Oulu - Sodankylä (approx. 340 km)

You ride into the great loneliness of Lapland. From here on you should expect reindeer! Near Rovaniemi you cross the polar circle. Nearby you will find Santa's post office. Overnight stay in Sodankylä.

Day 6: Sodankylä - Karasjok (approx. 310 km)

Further north. At Inari you can visit the museum of Sami culture. You can also take a look at Lake Inari, which is the third largest lake in Finland. Just before Karasjok you will cross the border to Norway. Overnight stay in Karasjok.

Day 7: Karasjok - North Cape - Honningsvåg (approx. 240 km)

A short stretch through the inland, then you reach the coast of Northern Norway. You ride to Honningsvåg - station for the exploration of the North Cape. A visit to the North Cape is a childhood dream for many, and a photo in front of the North Cape globe is a must-have souvenir. Overnight stay in Honningsvåg.

Day 8: Honningsvåg - Alta (approx. 210 km)

In the morning you can ride to the North Cape again. Then you say goodbye to the slate plateau and ride to Alta. There you can see old rock paintings. Overnight stay in Alta.

Day 9: Alta - Tromsø (approx. 400 km)

We ride along the coast to Tromsø. Contrast programme: There are plenty of pubs, restaurants and museums. Visit the famous Ice Sea Cathedral or try the beer from Norway's northernmost brewery. Overnight stay in Tromsø.

Day 10: Tromsø - Narvik (approx. 250 km)

You travel south to Narvik. The small town is known for its quite mild climate and is situated on the Ofot Fjord. This is where the Battle of Narvik took place in 1940. Overnight stay in Narvik.

Day 11: Narvik - Fauske (approx. 250 km)

You follow the coast and arrive in Fauske. Overnight stay in Fauske.

Day 12: Fauske - Mosjøen (approx. 270 or 360 km)

The route takes you to Mo i Rana, across the Arctic Circle, and on to Mosjøen. If you are well on time, you can take a detour to Saltstraumen, the strongest tidal current in the world. Overnight stay in Mosjøen.

Day 13: Mosjøen - Trondheim (approx. 400 km)

On a beautiful route we ride to Trondheim. Norway's third largest city has an exciting old town with many warehouses. Overnight stay in Trondheim.

Day 14: Trondheim - Atlantic Road - Molde (approx. 280 km)

You follow the coast to Kristiansund, the rugged landscape as your companion. Then you reach Molde via the Atlantic Road. As short as the Atlantic Road is with its less than ten kilometres, as spectacular is the ride: over bridges and islets, very close to the sea. Overnight stay in Molde.

Day 15: Molde - Trollstigen - Geiranger (approx. 150 km)

Again an impressive road - the Trollstigen. You ride to Ånadalsnes and from here you reach the pass, which winds through the landscape in narrow hairpin bends. The panorama is literally breathtaking. It is worth stopping at the viewpoints. Overnight stay in Geiranger.

Day 16: Geiranger - Sogndal (approx. 210 km)

You take the ferry to Hellesylt - the trip through the fjord is one of the most beautiful in Norway. The landscape is rough and idyllic in equal measure. Waterfalls dominate the massive rock faces. From Hellesylt you head south. On the way you can make a stop at the glacier Briksdalsbreen. Overnight stay in Sogndal.

Day 17: Sogndal - Bergen (approx. 240 km)

Ferry trip across the Sogne Fjord, then on to Bergen. A walk through the open-air museum Gamle Bergen with its old wooden houses, a visit to the old counting houses of the Hanseatic quarter Bryggen and on the fish market are recommendable. Overnight stay in Bergen.

Day 18: Bergen - Geilo (approx. 250 km)

You ride on the Hardanger bridge over the Eid fjord and arrive at the Hardangervidda, a huge high plateau. The waterfall Vøringsfossen is also on your route. Geilo is a major winter sports resort. Overnight stay in Geilo.

Day 19: Geilo - Oslo (approx. 220 km)

Enjoy the last stage through the picturesque landscape. Arrived in Oslo, you have time for explorations. The Royal Palace, the striking brick City Hall and the Vigeland Sculpture Park are just a selection of the highlights. The Grünerløkka district shows an interesting side of Oslo beyond the major sights. Overnight stay in Oslo.

Day 20: Departure

Ride to the ferry port, embarkation and departure (approx. 14.00 hrs) in the direction of Germany. Overnight stay on board.

Day 21: Arrival in Kiel

You arrive in Kiel (approx. 10.00 a.m.), where your journey ends.