|Nowadays, this river gets insanely crowded during summer and is peppered with cottages, broke up throughout the riverside and in the shallow part of the river which are functioned by the locals. If you happened to arrive here early, you might want to grab one of the cottages in the river, where you can fall asleep to the natural soundtrack of the river streams. If you ever wonder what food to bring here, it is always best to bring raw foods to this place. You can buy most of what you need at the Tanay Public Market which is where the Daraitan terminal is located. A cottage operator will cook your meals, for which they charge a small fee on top of your cottage rent.Daraitan is one calm, passive barrio hidden away in the Sierra Madre Mountain. The mountains present an adventurous gainsay to one who decides to explore its amplitude. The river is also suitable for water trekking, swimming and river rafting; warm and genuine hospitality diversifies from the welcoming smile of its people.The 350 year old Daraitan Chapel which was built in 1662 has been restored at its present site. Mt. Atburan is the perfect spot to go through the brushing up environment of the Sierra Madre Mountain. Not far from Barrio is Tinipak (Carved Rock), the natural wonder of Barangay Daraitan. Tinipak area brings you the fantastic eyeshots of large white marbles which are garbled along sides of the river, deeper water surface with a legion network of spelunk.
parausan ba ang daraitan ng mga parangal ng mga katutubong tagalog
noong unang mga taon sa anito ng kanilang mga ninuno?
ang mga ginaganap bang mga pagtitipon ng mga mamamayang tagalog sa daraitan
ay tulad din ng mga ginaganap noon sa mga pook ng dingalan, anawangin, sagada at pagudpud ng
malalayang timawa patungkol sa kanilang maginoong anito na ginawa na lamang na panghimagas ng mga dayuhan
sa pagpaparangal sa kanilang mga sariling santa at santo?
o ang mga pook na tinuran ay mga lunggati ng pangarap ng mga dalitang
nalugmok sa dusa dahil sa makabagong pamamahala daw ng
saksakan ng dunong na mga banyaga?
ano nga ba? hehehe!
Parasapinga explored this sanctuary of a place in search of identity of pinga, and truly the spirit of his ancestors engulfed
his divine endeavors.