The household receives guests from May 1 to November 1.
Room 1: 3 beds
Room 2: 10 beds
Bathroom: shared by all the rooms.
Dishes made in Dubak household are entirely prepared from ingredients grown in their garden. There is no menu. A guest should only inform us if vegan or vegetarian food is needed or if he/she is allergic to some ingredients.
May: going to the katun
June: mowing, hay gathering, looking after sheep and cows
July: mowing, hay gathering, looking after sheep and cows
August: picking blueberries and raspberries, looking after sheep and cows
September: mushrooms gathering, looking after sheep and cows
October: returning from the katun
Tasting of products: YES
Culinary classes – participation in preparation of meals: YES
Horse riding: YES
Organization of field trips: YES
Children props: NO
Bed sheets and towels: YES
Pets allowed: YES
Washing machine: YES
Foreign languages in use in household: ENGLISH
Dubak family lives in Crni Vrh village, some 10 km away from Berane. Dubak’s are Momčilo and Vasilija with their son Svetozar, who has come up with the idea of working in rural tourism industry. They often have guests, too and Svetozar’s sister visits them frequently with her children. Dubak’s family tradition is husbandry. Momčilo is the owner of 80 sheep and 5 cows and he takes them to katun Šiška every May. Svetozar has decided to keep on his ancestors’ tradition and joined his parents in working with cattle.
Dubak family is primarily into husbandry, but they’ve also got a garden in the village and a large orchard. They grow fruit and vegetables for the family and their guests. They make jams, juices and preserve from fruit, and Svetozar uses it to make brandy. If you visit the household at the right period, you can take part in these activities.
Dubak household is situated within the National Park Biogradska Gora, on Šiškakatun, several minutes of walk from two beautiful lakes, big Šiško and Ševarinsko. Several hours away from the household, some natural attractions of Bjelasica are located, such as three lakes, Biogradsko, Ursulovačko and Pešića, then the highest peak of Bjelasica, called Crna Glava (Black Head), 2,139 MAMSL. A large number of national and local mountain and biking trails pass next to Dubak log cabin.