Watch Out at Tam Coc Rowers Ninh Binh – Travel Vietnam

Watch Out at Tam Coc Rowers Ninh Binh – Travel Vietnam

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If you're in Ninh Binh, you have to go to Tam Coc and take a boat tour through the caves, with the feet rowers, but BEWARE! You will come up against

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If you’re in Ninh Binh, you have to go to Tam Coc and take a boat tour through the caves, with the feet rowers, but BEWARE! You will come up against some floating hawkers at the halfway point and they can at times be rather insistant.

But don’t let that put you off, because we didn’t and we had an absolutely amazing experience with the Tam Coc rowers Ninh Binh.

So once we finished climbing the Dragon at Mua Caves Ninh Binh, we hopped on the Honda Wave and headed down to Tam Coc Village.
The day remained overcast and even got wetter as went it on, but this didn’t make our experience any less amazing.

We have seen a number of stunning sights during our Vietnam travel so far and the the scenery here in Ninh Binh and Tam Coc is spectacular. This activity is a definite must do if you are in the area.

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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    I am always amazed at how they row using their legs. The view was amazing and that ride is so peaceful. The sound of the waves awesome. Haha, Leon become the Instagram model

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    I'm with Leon. The whole rowing your feet thing sounds made up. It looks so awkward. Going through the cave look cool and pretty amazing views along the river. But geez, the floating shop lady sure was persistent.

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    This is the most calming/relaxing video I've seen on YouTube ever!!!

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    I prefer Tash the way she is – no need to turn into an Instagram Barbie!

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    I'm loving those rowing techniques!

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    That landscape is gorgeous! It's a shame about the hawkers but I wasn't surprised to see them there at a strategic spot. Think about it, you've come on this 6km boat ride so far and you're hungry or thirsty and you didn't pack anything… But I agree that the touting is too much sometimes in Southeast Asia.

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    Ahh again…watching this brings back so many great memories of us. Glad to see you guys enjoying Ninh Binh as much as we did!

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    Haha hilarious in the water taxi with her rowing with her feet 🤣 never seen that before! Gorgeous river to float on though. The views are great!

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    Beautiful shots ! it's a shame that you get ripped off everywhere you go in VN, gov does nothing about it.

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    Man feel like we're gonna love ninh bin, the boat ride down the lake with the limestone mountains looks meannnn! What about it makes it not like ha long bay? The feet rowing is awesome Vietnamese ingenuity!

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    Love this one guys. So cool with the river experience. Lol, funny these rowing techniques. Still looks beautiful. Looked chilly too. Ha, we're still trying to figure out Instagram. Looks like a great experience. Best wishes, James and Kim

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    Absolutely stunning!! I've never seen rowing with your feet!! WOW!! Now that takes some coordination!!
    I love the sound of the water and the views are just beautiful!!

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    Looks like something I'd like to do. Unfortunately, not this year, just not enough time. Damn you 'work', why can't you just pay me whether I'm there or not

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    That is some crazy rowing with her feet!!! Wow – that looks so stunning and really peaceful. In your experience of Vietnam what would be the best time of year to visit for the best weather? When we meet up in the future we need to be Instagram barbies together Tash……😉😜😂…..cos ya know…the world just hasn't got enough!!!!!

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    Rowing 🚣 with feet. Now that's something I never seen before 😱

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    That looks like so much fun I love being out on water. The views are stunning really. I love that they row with their feet that's fantastic. Shame the harvest is over but it's still gorgeous. The caves are cool the ceiling is so low wow thumbs up guys x

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    That's a really beautiful place
    You guys are so adventurous to go there and did it.
    We experienced the same with some sellers in some Asian countries.
    We really enjoyed watching this.
    Thumbs up for you guys

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    Wow, a lot of traffic on those waters, so beautiful though! Loved the way they rowed the boats, quite unique! You needed that crash helmet for the cave and/or the sellers! 🤣🤣🤣Great video guys, so entertaining 👍👍👍

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    amazing video, seems like you guys have great time in Vietnam. big thumbs up!

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    Nailed it guys, I'd much prefer to do it in a misty environment. The rowing? I'd last about a 100 yards – I'm amazed at their ability to do this all day everyday. I feel no issue with the Vietnamese working whatever attempts to generate income as they may with zero judgement. The annoyances a small [price] to pay. As a matter of fact with so limited opportunities to generate income can they really be blamed for their actions? This too is part of the culture and to be respected methinks. Anyway, it was stunningly beautiful and peaceful – thank you for sharing the experience.

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    Lovely, I never got to go there. Would love to go back and explore tam coc 😊😊

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    To be continued my internet is terrible I will watch this evening when I get home x

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    My rower wouldn’t move until I had bought beers and food,, and it was still in the boat later on.
    I’m one of the 80%, fed up with being ripped off 😞

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    Rowing with your feet. Now thats new 🤣👍👍👍, i really love overcast days! Just beautiful and easy on the camera though seems windy hey. 🙏😀, this where they film king kong lol?

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