The national park encompasses Tan Lap, Tan Binh and Hoa Hiep communes in Tan Bien District, Tay Ninh Province, which is in between the Central Highlands, the southeast and the Mekong Delta. Covering about 19,000 hectares, the park is endowed with a variety of flora and fauna.
Along with the inlaid forest between deciduous forest on the lowland and evergreen forest along narrow rivers and mangrove forests is also a swampy strip of pasture land with rush mats near the border with Cambodia.
Sauntering in the forest or taking a motorbike or bicycle tour around the park, visitors can unwind with melodies of birds, colourful flower fields and many pitcher plants lurking under groves early in the rainy season. Standing on a thirty-meter tower, tourists can take a panoramic view of the evergreen grass, winding streams and endless forests along the Vam Co River along the border with Cambodia.
Moreover, many historical relics of the old days remain in the park such as Giai Phong Film Studio, Giai Phong Radio Station, a fine art factory, Giai Phong printing house, and a model of the old military base.
Tourists should not forget to try local specialties made from wild pigs, vegetables and fish.