The household receives guests from April 1 to November 1
Room 1: 2
Room 2: 2
Room 3: 2
Room 4: 2
Room 5: 2
Room 6: 1
Bathroom: Yes, shared by all the rooms
The food that the household serves is theirs, produced at the household. The climate in the village is suitable for growing both fruits and vegetables, so in whatever summer month you come, you will try various delicacies. According to the custom, when guests come to your house, the host does not recognize the existence of menus and portions, but emphasizes that guests eat what the hosts eat, in the amount that is sufficient for them.
April: cleaning the farm from the effects of winter, working around livestock
May: garden plowing, preparation for garden sowing, planting vegetables in the greenhouse, working around livestock, working around bees
June: mowing, hey gathering, work around cattle, work around bees
July: mowing, hey gathering, work around cattle, work around bees
August: harvesting vegetables, collecting honey, working around livestock
September: picking fruit, working around livestock
October: making winter stores, slaughterhouse, meat drying, livestock work
Tasting of products: YES
Culinary classes-participation in food preparation: YES
Organization of field trips: YES
Bed sheets and towels: YES
Pets allowed: YES
Washing machine: YES
Foreign languages in use in household: YES
The Džabasan family lives in the village of Tepca, at the foot of the Ćurevac peak. Three generations live in this family, brothers Miroje, Radoje and Rade with their mother Dunja. Radoje’s family is also with them, a wife and two children. The brothers share the jobs in the household, Miroje is primarily engaged in beekeeping and growing vegetables in the greenhouse, while Rade is more engaged in husbandry and fruit growing. And Radoje is oriented more to the town, where he is engaged in private business.
The Dzabasan family is engaged in agriculture. They have beehives, and they sell honey on their doorstep, mostly to tourists. As part of their property, there is also an orchard, with plums, walnuts, and cherries, from which they prepare various delicacies. Also, the family grow vegetables in the garden and in the greenhouse. They are also engaged in cattle breeding, and they mostly use dairy products for the needs of their family. Depending on the month of your visit, you will be able to participate in one of the activities that the brothers are currently engaged in.
The Džabasan family lives in the village of Tepca, in the canyon of the Tara River. The village is a well-known Durmitor village for several reasons, one of is because it is the only parish village where almost all kinds of vegetables and fruits thrive. Secondly, because there is a raft in the village, so it is possible to organize rafting from households.
Some of the hiking trails start from this small village, such as the trails to the village of Mala Crna Gora, as well as to the Ćurevac viewpoint. From the top of Ćurevac canyon of the river Tara is 1,333 m deep.
Also, jeep tours to the village from Žabljak are often organized to see village and river.