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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 prices shown are minimum prices for the low season. Please ask for an individual offer for your desired travel dates. - Prices for bookings from 01.02.2024:
Price per person in double room and 2-bed inside cabin (rider) €2,879.00 $3,085.57 ?
Price per person in single room and 1-bed inside cabin (rider) €4,919.00 $5,271.94 ?
Price per person in double room and 2-bed inside cabin (pillion passenger) €2,059.00 $2,206.73 ?
Bookable options (surcharge):
Surcharge for an outside cabin on the ferry/ferries. Price per cabin. €176.00 $188.63 ?
Meal package on the ferry Lübeck-Travemünde - Helsinki. The meal package includes 1 x brunch, 1 x Superior* evening buffet and 1 x breakfast (*Superior evening buffet incl. milk, water, fruit juices, coffee, tea, draught beer, white and red wine and a selection of soft drinks). Price per person. Cannot be booked at a later date, only when booking the trip! €79.00 $84.67 ?
Evening buffet on the ferry Oslo - Kiel. Price per person and route. Cannot be booked at a later date, only possible when booking the trip! €39.00 $41.80 ?
Breakfast buffet on the ferry Oslo - Kiel. Price per person and route. Cannot be added at a later date, only when booking the trip! The breakfast buffet is already included in 4- and 5-star cabins. €18.00 $19.29 ?
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Early bird prices for bookings until 31.01.2024:
Price per person in double room and 2-bed inside cabin (rider) €2,829.00 $3,031.98 ?
Price per person in single room and 1-bed inside cabin (rider) €4,869.00 $5,218.35 ?
Price per person in double room and 2-bed inside cabin (pillion passenger) €2,009.00 $2,153.15 ?


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

More details

Arrival and departure by ferry from Lübeck-Travemünde and to Kiel and motorcycle transportation on the ferries are already included in the price. The tour is ridden on your own motorcycle.
Catering on the ferries:
On the ferries, meals are offered in the on-board restaurants - payable on the spot. For some ferry connections, we offer meal packages that can be booked in advance. These can then be found under optional services in the price section of the trip and can only be booked directly in connection with the trip; it is not possible to add them at a later date.
Route description and GPS data:
The route description and GPS data correspond to the itinerary of the trip as described in the invitation to tender. Individual changes and optional programs are not taken into account. The start and end points of our GPS data are usually the city/town centers of the day's destination, as the hotels we usually book may vary. You will not receive route descriptions or GPS data for customized trips.
Parking spaces:
For this trip, we generally use hotels that have parking spaces available. We reserve a parking space for you when you book (where possible, no entitlement). Parking fees may apply, which you must pay on site. The amount of the parking fees can vary greatly depending on the location and hotel.
Tolls Scandinavia:
Toll charges may apply on some stages, e.g. in Sweden and Norway. Billing is usually automatic, your vehicle is registered when you ride through the toll station and you receive an invoice sent to your home (or to the owner's address). In some cases, however, there are also stations with cash payment.
Credit card recommendation for Scandinavia:
Electronic payment methods are more common in Scandinavia than here in Germany. Many petrol stations in Scandinavia are self-service stations, for example, which can usually only be operated with a credit card and PIN; EC cards are not always accepted. You should therefore take a credit card and the corresponding PIN with you on your trip. There are also some hotels, ferry or toll stations that may only accept electronic payment methods.
Ride on the Trollstigen:
The pass is only accessible in the summer months - between May and October.
Fjord ferries:
Please note that, depending on the route selected, different ferry connections may be included in the stage. These "smaller fjord ferries" in Norway are not included in the price and are payable locally (except those shown separately).
Health regulations:
Please contact your family doctor for vaccination advice for the destination. Please read the travel advice of the Federal Foreign Office at www.auswaertiges-amt.de
Please note that these links take you to external websites. We have no influence on the content and design of these sites.
Start dates: On request
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.


To the North Cape by motorcycle - 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 road winding through the mountains by the Geiranger Fjord - this motorcycle tour takes you along many a spectacular route. On your tour, you will pass exciting towns as well as plenty of wild and lonely nature. Sometimes lush and green, sometimes rugged and barren. You 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 motorcycle tour - and perhaps also the fulfillment of a long-cherished childhood dream ...


Tour character:

A motorcycle tour for adventurers with stamina. Almost 5,000 km of adventure are on the program. If you want to get to the North Cape, you have to take the route ... and after all, the journey is the reward. Some long daily stages of up to 390 km make this motorcycle tour an ambitious one. But the impressions are worth it. The sometimes winding roads and, last but not least, the Trollstigen and the Atlantic Road provide plenty of riding fun! On some days we offer you a choice of alternative routes.



- our motorcycle tour for adventurers

- once to the North Cape and back

- safe navigation thanks to GPS data

- incl. ferry journey

- Geiranger Fjord and Sogne Fjord

- spectacular routes: Trollstigen and Atlantic Road



Day 1: Arrival

Individual arrival in Lübeck-Travemünde, embarkation in the late evening, and departure for 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)

Arrival in Helsinki in the morning (approx. 9.00 am). If you like, take a look at the Finnish metropolis and make a stop at the cathedral, the harbor, or the rock church. Then your eventful tour starts heading north. You will reach one of the most lake-rich regions in Finland. The day's destination is Jyväskylä. The university town boasts numerous buildings by architect and designer Alvar Aalto. Overnight stay in Jyväskylä.


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

The further north you go, the more deserted the roads become, with forests and lakes dominating the route. You reach Oulu, a lively harbor town. It is famous for the World Air Guitar Championships. Overnight stay in Oulu.


Day 5: Oulu - Sodankylä (approx. 350 km)

You ride into the great solitude of Lapland. From here on you should expect to see reindeer! At Rovaniemi, you cross the Arctic Circle. Nearby you will find Santa's post office. Overnight stay in Sodankylä.


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

Continue north. At Inari, you can visit the Museum of Sami Culture. You can also take a look at Lake Inari, the third-largest lake in Finland. Shortly before Karasjok, you cross the border to Norway. Overnight stay in Karasjok.


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

A short stretch through the interior, then you reach the coast of northern Norway. You ride to Honningsvåg - the stop for exploring 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 an obligatory 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. Here you can see ancient rock carvings, which bear witness to the particularly early settlement of the area and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Overnight stay in Alta.


Day 9: Alta - Tromsø (approx. 380 km)

You travel along the coast to Tromsø. This route offers wonderful scenic impressions! Solitude, water, and rugged rocks characterize this stage. Contrasting program in Tromsø: there are plenty of pubs, restaurants and museums. Visit the famous Arctic 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 mild climate and is located on the Ofot Fjord. The Battle of Narvik took place here 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 350 km)

The route leads to Mo i Rana, over the Arctic Circle, and on to Mosjøen. If you have time, you can take a detour to Saltstraumen, the strongest tidal stream in the world. In Mosjøen you can stroll along the street Sjøgata, which is home to one of the largest collections of wooden houses from the 19th century. Overnight stay in Mosjøen.


Day 13: Mosjøen - Trondheim (approx. 390 km)

A beautiful route takes you to Trondheim. The third largest city in Norway has an exciting old town with many warehouses. The Nidaros Cathedral with its stained glass windows is particularly worth seeing. Overnight stay in Trondheim.


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

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


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

Another impressive road - the Trollstigen. You ride to Ånadalsnes and from here reach the pass, which winds its way through the landscape in tight hairpin bends. The panorama is breathtaking in the truest sense of the word. 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 journey through the fjord is one of the most beautiful in Norway. The landscape is rugged and idyllic in equal measure. Waterfalls dominate the massive rock faces. From Hellesylt, the route heads south. On the way, you can make a detour to the Briksdalsbreen glacier. Overnight stay in Sogndal.


Day 17: Sogndal - Bergen (approx. 160 km)

The ferry trip across the Sogne Fjord, then on to Bergen. We recommend a walk through the open-air museum Gamle Bergen with its old wooden houses, a visit to the old trading houses in the Hanseatic district of Bryggen, and the fish market. Overnight stay in Bergen.


Day 18: Bergen - Geilo (approx. 240 km)

You ride over the Hardanger Bridge across the Eid Fjord and reach the Hardangervidda, a huge high plateau. The Vøringsfossen waterfall is also on your route. You reach Geilo, a major winter sports resort. Overnight stay in Geilo.


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

Enjoy the last stage through the picturesque landscape. Once you arrive in Oslo, you have time to explore. The royal palace, the striking brick town hall, and the Vigeland Sculpture Park are just a few 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) towards Germany. Overnight stay on board.


Day 21: Arrival in Kiel

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


- Any times and dates mentioned are subject to change. -