North Cape plateau

North Cape plateau

At the ends of the Earth. The North Cape plateau rises a steep 307 metres straight up from the Arctic Ocean. You are standing on the European Continent’s most northerly point, looking out across a horizon so long that you see the Earth curve.
People watching the midnight sun next to the globe at the North Cape. Photo: Johan Wildhagen,

About the excursion

Wear comfortable shoes, and warm, windproof clothing.

Direction: Northbound

Disembarkation port: Honningsvåg

Embarkation port: Honningsvåg

Time: 11:30-14:30 

Meal: Traditional Norwegian Waffle & Coffee

Level: 1 (Read more)

Season: All year round

Min/max persons: 15/420

Booking reference: HVGN1

Price: From £ 124 per person

North cape

People come here from all over the world to experience being so far north. The iconic globe has become the symbol of the North Cape and is also a popular photo stop. 

On the North Cape is also the North Cape Hall, partly built into the mountain cliff, where you will find a restaurant with endless views, a souvenir shop in the mountain wall, a chapel and a Thai museum. A 180-degree wide-screen film screening of the North Cape throughout the four seasons is a must-see. 

The excursion to the North Cape also takes you through a wide, barren landscape with rocks and hardy, low-growing vegetation. In summer, you can see reindeer herds on the plateau. In winter, the snowploughs' battles against the snow can be an equally impressive sight.

The road to North Cape in the midnight sun. Photo: Christian Roth Christensen,

Our voyages

North- and southboundRound Voyage

Bergen → Kirkenes → Bergen

Havila ship sailing in the azure blue Geiranger fjord with steep green sides and a partly cloudy sky.
12 days

NorthboundVoyage North

Bergen → Kirkenes

Atlantic Ocean road connected by bridges on small islands.
7 days

NorthboundNorthern Tip of Europe

Tromsø → Kirkenes

Sami lavvo in Northern Lights.
3 days

See all our voyages

Sign up for our newsletter!

Get information and offers from Havila Voyages.