Ta Van is one of the most interesting destinations in Sapa – which still retains its original and bold cultural features. If you are a lover of traditional things, national values, then immediately pocket the experience of Ta Van village, Sapa 2019 right below to have more motivation for the journey.
Ta Van – A favorite community tourist spot in Sapa
Ta Van located far from Sapa less than 10 kilometers, Ta Van – a village of Lao Cai province is lying peacefully in the valley of Muong Hoa. Residents are mainly the H’Mong ethnic, Giay, and Red Dao… with approximately 1000 people.
The road leads to Ta Van village that is small and narrow. Along two sides has a fertile terraced field which adorns by the green of corn and rice. When visitors come to Ta Van village Sapa, they will not be amazed at the simple beauty of the houses in the village. Previously, Ta Van based on the customs and characteristic of the Giay in Lao Cai. They live together at the bottom, mountains, the valleys, along streams.
Normally, visitors will come to Ta Van village in 2 ways:
You can travel Ta Van village at any time of the year, all have their own beauty but according to the travel experience of Ta Van village, you should come here from May to September. You will have the opportunity to see the golden rice fields in pictures in the majestic terraced fields.
Terraced fields – images representing Sapa
Growing rice is the major profession of the Giay. Besides, they also produce instruments and engraved silver. They live in both stilted houses and common houses with a solemn central part which is served as a place for ancestor altar and guest reception. The Giay have quite various cultures with fairy-tale, poetry, proverbs and riddles. Costumes of the Giay are simple: women with short eczema, wearing cloth bag with embroidered flowers; man also wears pants and shirt. If having the opportunity to come here, visitors can enjoy some special dishes of ethnic Giay such as: roast fish of Muong Hum, horse meat of Muong Khuong, sticky rice of Van Ban… and enjoy festivals, folk games of the Giay: Nao Cong, Roong Pooc… and participate in tours of the village.
Ta Van is a living place of ethnic minority people so there are currently no guesthouses or hotels with only one form of stay in Ta Van village. You can easily catch signs with price lists to welcome visitors to stay with these stilt houses. The whole village has about 40 households living with it, homestay and welcome visitors every day.
Above is the experience of going to Ta Van village, Sapa road, homestay hope has helped you gain more experience for your upcoming journey. Don’t forget to save beautiful moments in your Vietnam tours to share with us.