Watch the adventures
While I haven’t yet dipped my toes into the Vlogging world of YouTube, my talented boyfriend has been documenting some of our adventures over on his YouTube channel. I hope these videos will inspire you to adventure in Vietnam. Press play, and enjoy.
Vietnam Cinematic Vlog
While this video was actually shot and edited before we started dating, I think it’s one of his best. The shots are breathtaking and really showcase the diversity of Vietnam as a travel destination. I promise it will get you excited for exploring Vietnam yourself.
Hiking in Phong Nha with Jungle Boss
This trip was one of my favourite experiences in Vietnam to date. Known for its dramatic limestone karsts, lush jungles and the most welcoming of locals, Phong Nha is nothing short of magical and deserves a spot on your Vietnam itinerary. Our Vietnam family came together for this trip, and together we headed into the jungle, hiking, swimming and exploring the vast network of caves that dot the national park of Phong Nha Ke Bang.
Plan a trip to Phong Nha
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From the Jungles to the Ocean
Shortly after we started dating, we booked some time off work and headed off to adventure. This video is from a series of two trips, over two weeks. First, we headed to central Vietnam, to one of Vietnams best-kept secrets (at least from foreign tourists) and undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beach destinations in Vietnam, Quy Nhon. Not quite done with the ocean views, we headed south to the island of Phu Quoc where we jumped onto a private boat and set off to explore some of the smaller islands and inlets.
Motorbiking the Mekong Delta
Over Christmas of 2020, we headed off on our longest road trip together, 10 days of motorbiking through the Mekong Delta. As the trip was so long and filled with so many different adventures, Tony split the videos into a 3 part series. This was one of my favourite trips to date, and I really hope it inspires you to explore the Mekong Delta, one of Vietnam’s least visited regions by tourists.
Part 1: Vinh Long
The first stop on our trip through the Mekong Delta was the city of Vinh Long, known for its ancient pottery factories.
Part 2: Can Tho
From Vinh Long, we headed deeper into the Mekong Delta, to the city of Can Tho. Here we jumped onto a boat and joined the thick of the action at one of Vietnam’s largest floating markets.
Part 3: Chau Doc and the Islands
For the final part of our trip, we headed towards the border with Cambodia, to visit one of the largest floating forests in Vietnam; Tra Su Cajuput forest outside of Chau Doc. After spending Christmas Day floating around the forest, we jumped back onto the motorbike to spend a few days island hopping. These islands are home to some of Vietnam’s most beautiful beaches and are true hidden gems.
Plan a trip to the Mekong Delta
For more information on planning a trip to the Mekong Delta, check out these guides: