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VIETNAM | Solo Backpacking | Ep2: Hoi An to Phong Nha

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CAVES OF PHONG NHA KE-BANG, VIETNAM ????????

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SOLO Backpacking | Hoi An 2 Phong Nha

I continue my journey north through the hai van pass.
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Backpacking in Vietnam (from Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Phong Nha to Hoi An)

Traveling to Vietnam ? :)

Vietnam is one of the greatest travel destination for friends, couples as well as for solo travelers. Vietnam is a country rich in history and traditions, dating back thousands of years and instilled with a deep respect for the land, the sea, and their ancestors. It is amazing how cheap it is to travel in Vietnam, which make it perfect for budget travel / backpackers who first time traveling to Southeast Asia.

Here are some highlights and our experience from our 14 days trip in Vietnam:
- Hanoi
-Ha Long Bay
- Phong Nha
-Da Nang
-Hoi An

We have seen less than half of it but absolutely enjoyed every minute of this country, so if you are planning to travel there we believe you will love Vietnam too! :)
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BACKPACKING VIETNAM & A QUICK TRIP TO CAMBODIA! HOI AN - HUE - PHONG NHA & ANGKOR WAT.

I hope you enjoy watching my second backpacking vlog. In this video we visit the railway tracks in Hanoi, Phong Nha, Hue, Hoi An, Da Nang and then we flew to Cambodia to visit the wonder that is Angkor Wat! What an incredible experience, PLENTY of rain in these vlogs, we were wet for a solid 3 days but the rest of the time the weather was perfect, and it makes for a very entertaining watch back!
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Vietnam | Phong Nha & Hoi An Vlogg

Vlogg från Vietnam på backpacking resan genom asien! Vi är i Phong Nha och Hoi An i denna video.

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VIETNAM II : Phong Nha - Hué - Hoi An - Ho Chi Minh

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PHONG NHA-KE BANG, VIETNAM - Swimming Inside Tu Lan Caves, Two Day Trek and Visting Paradise Caves!

Phong Nha-Ke Bang is a national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also home to some of the biggest caves in the world. I went on a two day trek with Oxalis Adventures to see the Tu Lan Cave System. This was without a doubt the most adventurous trek I’ve ever been on and included not just trekking, but climbing rocks and swimming inside caves! The caves we saw were huge and so unreal! We also visited Paradise Cave, which was massive. I hope you enjoy joining me on my journey to the magnificent Phong Nha-Ke Bang through this video!

Here is the link to the tour we did:
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BACKPACKING VIETNAM: Part 4 - Phong Nha & Ninh Binh | Vlog 15

Backpacking through Vietnam. Riding Chinese motorbikes on the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Exploring mud caves in Phong Nha and amazing limestone mountains in Ninh Binh.

The ride from Hue to Phong Nha took us about 12 hours because of the dirt road section and having to stop to get Blayne’s bike fixed.

Phong Nha had some of the most incredible caves I’ve ever seen. The footage doesn’t do it justice because GoPro’s are terrible in low light.

The mechanic in Phong Nha screwed me over and my bike destroyed itself on the way to Ninh Binh. As a result we had to sleep in Vinh for the night then ride 2 bikes up to Ninh Binh the next day while Kyle took the bus.

If you have any questions about our travels feel free to ask!

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Paradise Cave in Phong Nha from Dong Hoi- Vietnam Travel Vlog

Our main reason for riding to Dong Hoi was to use it as a base to visit a couple of the caves in Phong Nha National Park, specifically Paradise Cave and Dark Cave.
We were originally going to ride to the caves ourselves but after a day and night of rain and reading about the condition of the roads out there, we decided to cough up the extra dollars and book a tour...We are honestly so glad we did.

We went with a company called Tour to the Caves which was recommend by and booked through our hostel, Au Lac bar and Hostel.
We'll admit we were a little worried at first, but as soon as the van pulled up and our guide Nick greeted us, we were golden!

We had a great day out there and this just some of the footage from our time in Paradise cave.

We'd love it if you liked and shared this video, so others who haven't yet heard of us, also get a chance to share in the experience. Thanks :)

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We are Leon and Tash, a New Zealand vlogging couple who set off on an amazing Vietnam adventure as fulltime travellers, backpacking Vietnam. But we weren't going to travel to Vietnam for one of those ordinary backpacking Vietnam trips you hear about everybody doing, where they go for a couple off weeks and check out the beaches or maybe riding through Vietnam at such a crazy pace that they never get off the beaten track. No we want more than that.

Our Vietnam adventures start with learning the way of the locals, taking just enough time to figure out how things work, discover what the Must see places in Vietnam are and more importantly where Vietnam's hidden gems are...

To do this, we moved to Danang Vietnam. The plan was to spend 3 months living in Da Nang, meeting and learning from locals about the culture, the amazing food, their way of living and what places they would recommend to travel in Vietnam.
And because Danang is in the middle of the country, we hoped we might meet other tourists or expats who were having their own Vietnam travel adventure or were at the halfway point of motorcycle riding through Vietnam and hear from them, what places they thought we must visit in Vietnam. Also, as new travel vloggers, having a base there meant we could try things like doing Da Nang Vietnam travel vlog or creating a Danang Vietnam travel guide, before also taking on the stresses of fulltime travel.

Then in month 4, that's when the real Vietnam adventure begins. With our new list of must see places, we will head to Saigon and buy a couple of motorbikes. to start our Vietnam road trip!
Motorcycle riding through Vietnam seems like one of the most hectic, crazy and chaotic things anyone could do, but we can't wait!! And we wont be following a simple South to North / Saigon to Hanoi route, we plan on doing more like a figure 8, so that our travel in Vietnam will cover both the inland and coastal areas of this amazing country.
So can we still say we are backpacking Vietnam? Or should we be telling people our travel in Vietnam is a motorcycle trip through Vietnam? We're not sure, but what we do know is, our Vietnam road trip is going to cover over 6000km's from Saigon right up to the famous waterfalls of Ban Gioc near Cao Bang, round the northern point of the Ha Giang loop and everything else we can access in between.
So we hope you'll join us, the New Zealand vlogging couple, on our Vietnam adventure by clicking subscribe to join the Tribe and experience our travel in Vietnam..
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HOI AN TO PHONG NHA BY TRAIN ????????

HOI AN TO PHONG NHA BY TRAIN | TRAVEL VLOG - DAY 66

After our wonderful stay in Hoi An, it was time to head to the verdant forest of the Phong Nha National Park! Watch as we travel from Hoi An to Da Nang via private car, then embark by train from Da Nang and to Dong Hoi. The nearest city to Phong Nha. Enjoy the scenic views from the train as we make our way to Phong Nha!



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HAVE YOU SEEN OUR OTHER VIDEOS FROM OUR VIETNAM SERIES?

HANOI

HALONG BAY


CAVE TOUR - PHONE NHA


PLACE WITH THE COLD BEER - PHONG NAH


HOI AN TO PHONG NHA BY TRAIN


ANCIENT CITY OF HOI AN


DA NANG TO HOI AN BY BUS


SON TRA PENINSULA - DA NANG


HO CHI MIHN CITY



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HAVE YOU READ ANY OF OUR VIETNAM GUIDES?
Read our blog about how to travel by train in Vietnam!


Ten awesome things to do in Hoi An, Vietnam!


Bought too many things while on vacation? How to ship things back home from Vietnam!


Five things to check out in Ho Chi Mihn City, Vietnam!



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Phong Nha Adventure Cycling - Into the Villages in Phong Nha, Vietnam

Enjoy an impressive full day cultural experience on quality mountain bikes as you cycle through the beautiful landscape of the Phong Nha area, with great service and attention to detail given by your guide. He will take you off the beaten track in a flexible itinerary, so you can discover traditional village life mostly unchanged over the last few hundred years, and he will introduce you to local farmers, fishermen and entrepreneurs. Those who have taken the tour have called it “Local adventure tourism at it’s best!”, so if you are a bit caved out, feel like some fresh air and some light exercise, and would like to meet and see fascinating local people and learn of their culture, jump onto one of these marvelous Phong Nha bike tours!

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Phong Nha Ke Bang // Vietnam Travel Ep. 4

A cinematic clip showing parts of the Phong Nha Ke Bang cave systems in Vietnam. My equipment*: Camera► Stabilizer► Kit lens► Prime lens► Underwater housing► Mic►

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Before starting my journey in Vietnam I was looking for sponsors that would host parts of my journey, gladly I found Oxalis Adventure Tours which were willing to sponsor me a trip through the Tu Lan Cave Systems in the Phong Nha Ke Bang national park! This was most likely the most exciting thing during my Vietnam trip, we swam through huge caves with flashlights on our heads for multiple days. I can only recommend everybody who is out for an adventure to make a cave tour! The tour also included traveling the national park which was also beautiful in its own. Stay tuned for episode 5 ;)

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Dong Hoi to Phong Nha 40 km ride – Vietnam Day 24

Woke up at 6.00 a.m. to a view of the ocean from my bed and then went into town to find a great breakfast. Arrived around 7.00 and was the second customer in, by 8.00 it was full of locals and buzzing, nice food/coffee for a good price.

Got on the bike around 9.30 and did the short 40 km ride from Dong Hoi to Phong Nha, I was a little confused as they call the town Son Trach but when I got there everyone seemed to refer to it as Phong Nha.

I was immediately blown away by how beautiful it was, it’s a range of karst mountains, the oldest in Asia at 400 million years old, and my guesthouse was right on the river overlooking the mountains. I took my time to settle in and rode around on my motorbike deciding to do the famous cave tour to Phong Nha Cave the next day. Had a nice jog at 4.00 p.m. down the river to see the locals doing what they do and then chilled on a deckchair by the river deciding to treat myself to an Indian curry. Not the best curry I’ve ever had, but the huge portion was great and the staff were nice.
Turned in early at 8.00 p.m. to be ready for a big day of exploring the next day….

***Big point to note, having a motorbike to tour Vietnam is a massive advantage and great fun. You get to go where to like when you like and getting to new places you can ride around to find the perfect accommodation. I’ve gotten to a few places and had places I’d researched to stay in which turned out to be crap. If I was getting off a bus or train with a backpack, I probably wouldn’t have the energy to search around for places but with the motorbike in half an hour I can ride around a place until I find a perfect spot…

But, caveat to that, I would not ride here if I’d never ridden a bike before. Even with 10 odd years’ experience of riding a bike in Thailand some of the stuff of the road here has scared the life out of me. It can be done as a first-time rider, but, be careful, be very, very, careful.

VIETNAM'S #1 TOURIST ATTRACTION!! (Phong Nha)

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VIETNAM Phong Nha - Hue - Hoi An - Da Lat - Ho Chi Minh

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