Ta Van commune in Muong Hoa valley is located in the South and 8 km from SaPa township. Ta Van mean “ a big turning road” like a basket brim. Vast terraces fields with unique position of a big turning road become a lanscape and a distinction of Ta Van. Seo Mi Ty century –old pine forest, a halp day of sloping road away from township centre, is also a particularly interesting eco –tourist site of Ta Van. Ta Van has become an integral tourist site for ecological excursions in SaPa.
Traditionally, Black Mong ethnic minority mature women have to know how to weave and serve their daily family life. This work requires gentleness, patience cloth because all weaving progresses are made by hands.
Hoang Lien National Park with its 28,509 hectare of natural area covering two districts of Sapa- Lao Cai province and Tan Uyen Lai Chau province. This is not only one of the most important special- use but most bio-diversified forest of Viet Nam.
Giang Ta Chai is a halt for tourists who prefer the adventure trekking tour with the main attractions such as bamboo forests, Giang Ta Chai waterfall, rattan bridge, traditional culture of peoples. Among them, bamboo forests are discovered and prefered. Giang Ta Chai village, Ta Van commune, Sa Pa district is about 15 kilometers from Sapa town, is a living location of Black H'mong, Red Dao and Giay, is located on the main tourist route of Sa Pa (Sa Pa - Lao Chai - Ta Van - Ban Ho).