Start/End city
1300 KM
8/5 riding
Average km/day
Tour type

This tour is made for those of you who are looking to discover the oldest parts of Romania – Dobrogea and its natural elements: water and earth. Surrounded by the Danube river and the Black Sea, water is the element that defines Dobrogea. That means that you will get to discover the local cuisine based mostly on fish and that you will visit the Danube Delta, the most beautiful delta in Europe, with its wild horses’ sanctuary at Letea village. And, of course, you will get to see a local traditional performance. Earth is what keeps locals here. You will get to visit ancient Roman strongholds and discover some very nice made-for-bike roads. A visit to Romania would not be perfect without visiting the famous Dracula’s Castle and the Peles Castle, the Romanian Royal summer palace, so we’ll take you there at the end of our tour.

  • Tropaeum Traiani – a Roman monument built it 109AD to commemorate the victory at Adamclisi
  • Cape Kaliakra – breathtaking sceneries on the Bulgarian seaside
  • Dobrogea’s ancient strongholds – the remains of ancient communities settled in the area over the years
  • Dobrogea Gorges – some of the oldest rock formations in Europe. The area was once covered by the Black Sea and by coral reefs
  • Danube Delta – the largest and best preserved of Europe’s deltas
  • Mud volcanoes – one of the most interesting mixed reservations (geological and botanical) in Romania
  • Luana’s Land – caves with ancient mysteries and enigmatic inscriptions
  • Rucar-Bran Pass – a spectacular view over Bucegi Mountains
  • Dracula’s Castle – home of Vlad the Impaler, known as the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s titular character in the novel “Dracula”
  • Peles Castle – a masterpiece of German new-Renaissance architecture and the Romanian Royal Family’s summer residence until 1947
  • The tour starts and ends in Bucharest, so book one additional day for visiting the Palace of Parliament, second largest building in the world!
May 2020
17 – 24


With own motorcycle 1080 €
Including BMW F650 GS 1608 €


Single room supplement +187 €
R 1200GS motorcycle +248 €
Pillion passenger +1080 €
May – June 2020
31 – 07


With own motorcycle 1080 €
Including BMW F650 GS 1608 €


Single room supplement +187 €
R 1200GS motorcycle +248 €
Pillion passenger +1080 €
August – Sept 2020
31 – 07


With own motorcycle 1080 €
Including BMW F650 GS 1608 €


Single room supplement +187 €
R 1200GS motorcycle +248 €
Pillion passenger +1080 €

Day 1

Welcome to Romania! Upon arrival in Bucharest, you will be transferred to the hotel accommodation, where you’ll meet the rest of the group.

Day 2

We will depart from the hotel’s entrance heading to Adamclisi where we will visit Adamclisi Fortress, Tropaeum Traiani monument, the Altar and the Mausoleum. We’ll continue our journey to Cape Kaliakra, a nature reserve where dolphins and cormorants can be observed, heading for Vama Veche, the last destination of the day.


Day 3

Leaving behind Vama Veche, we’ll head to Dobrogea Gorges and then to Histria Fortress, where we will visit the archaeological Site of Histria. Once we imbued ourselves in history, we’ll continue our ride heading to Dolosman Cape and, afterwards, to Enisala Fortress, a 12th to 14th century medieval fortress sitting high on a hill overlooking Lake Razim. Riding 10km to Babadag, we will visit the Gazi Ali Pasha Mosque and then ride to our end point of the day, Tulcea, where we will spend the night.

Day 4

Today we will visit one of the paradises of the earth, Danube Delta and Letea Forest. Here we will explore the wilderness of the area from a boat ride through the canals and lakes, we’ll enjoy traditional meals and spend the evening in a Dobrogean traditional way.


Day 5

Leaving the beautiful delta behind, we will ride to Tulcea, making a first stop at Celic Dere Monastery. We’ll continue our journey through this region heading to Braila to visit the Danube cliff and take a bite. After lunch, we will head to Buzau and Luana’s Land, the end point of day 5.

Day 6

This day will start with a trip to a magic place situated in the Carpathian Mountains – Luana’s Land – that hinders old caves that tell stories of the Dacians and the first Christian missionaries. After that, we will head to the Mud Volcanos. Leaving them behind, we will take a ride to a winding road along Buzau river that leads to Siriu Dam and then head to Brasov, the last destination of the day.


Day 7

Today will be traveling to Rasnov to visit the Rasnov Fortress and then, will be heading to Bran Castle, to find out more about the myth that surrounds Count Dracula. Last destination of the day, before we’ll head back to Bucharest, is Peles Castle.

Day 8

Depending on departure time, we will take a walk in the historical city center or visit a few of the most important highlights in Bucharest, then head to the airport.
BMW motorcycle usage All accommodation with breakfast and dinner
All objectives entrance tickets Experienced motorcycle tour guide
Comprehensive vehicle insurance for motorcycle Third party insurance for motorcycle
Support vehicle with space for 2/3 passengers and luggage space One traditional show/performance
Unlimited mileage Airport transfers
24h technical support
All services not mentioned above Riding gear
Warranty deposit Airfare
Alcoholic drinks Fuel

Below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions relating to this Tour. For all other FAQs related to payments and our company in general, please visit the General FAQ’s page!

Legal: licences, paperwork

Do I need a motorcycle license for riding in Romania?

You need to have a valid driving license. Also, drinking alcohol is completely forbidden.

What about riding experience?

The level of difficulty of this tour is intermediate, so you need to have at least two years of active motorcycle riding experience prior to booking.

What happens if I damage the motorcycle?

All motorcycles are insured with Third party liability insurance and Comprehensive vehicle insurance. The customer must pay a safety deposit of 500 – 1000 Euro at the beginning of the motorcycle rental period. The deposit will be held until the motorcycle is returned undamaged and in good condition. The deposit will be refunded after establishing that the motorcycle was returned in good condition.

What about travel insurance?

We insist that all our riders obtain appropriate travel insurance. Be sure to double check with the insurance company that they will cover riding motorcycles (check the engine size) in the country you’re traveling, and what license they require you to have. As a minimum the insurance must cover medical evacuation and hospitalization.

Logistic: arrival, getting around & guide info

Where should I fly into/out from?

Both start and finish are in Bucharest, where there is an international airport.

Is there a support vehicle?

A support vehicle is included as standard. This will carry your luggage, spare parts, and tools. There is also space for one/two passenger(s) if needed.

Will we have a local guide?

Yes. All tours are accompanied by one local tour guide.

Will a mechanic be riding with us?

Yes. One mechanic will accompany the group.

Safety: gear, support and emergencies

What riding kit should I wear?

We don’t provide any riding gear for this trip so bringing your own is essential. As the riding is predominant road based then road/adventure style kit is the way to go. This means good helmet, protective riding jacket and trousers, ideally with protective armor on elbows, knees and shoulders.
You are going to need good leather gloves, as well, neck tube or even base layers for the days we are travelling at high altitudes in low temperature.

What happens in case of an emergency?

If you suffer a minor injury, we have a support vehicle you can travel in. In the event of a serious injury we will work together with your travel insurance company to arrange emergency transportation as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Is Romania a safe country?

As in any other European country, exercise normal safety precautions in Romania.

General: food, money and accommodation

What will the weather be like?

Riding in Romania at that time of year offers the perfect riding climate. It will mostly be warm/hot during the day, but it will get cool at night in some of the places we will stop for sleep.

Can you cater for vegetarians, vegans and those with food allergies?

Although we cannot make any guarantees, we will make every effort possible to ensure that your food requirements are communicated properly to all kitchens. Please get in touch with us if you have more questions about what kind of food you should expect.

What is the accommodation like?

The accommodation on this trip is deliberately varied to offer you a wide experience of the Romanian traditions.

Tour price per rider