The household receives guests from May 1 to October 1
Room 1: 3
Room 2: 4
Room 3: 4
Room 4: 4
Room 5: 5
Bathroom: Yes, shared by all the rooms
In the Džabasan household, the diligent housewife Gaga prepares traditional dishes from her home-made products. Gaga always tries to please their guests with the specialties of her cuisine. A special experience is the skewer that the household has, so they often “turn” the lamb together with their guests and make a real feast. For those who are not really meat lovers, the housewife is eagerly makes pies and dairy products.
May: cleaning the property after the snow, arrival with cattle from the village, sowing vegetables
June: mowing, hey gathering, helping with livestock
July: mowing, hey gathering, helping with livestock
August: harvesting vegetables, working around livestock, picking forest fruits, picking herbs and teas
September: picking fruit, working around livestock, preparing to move back to the village closer to Žabljak
Tasting of products: YES
Horse riding: NO
Organization of field trips: YES
Bed sheets and towels: YES
Pets allowed: YES
Washing machine: YES
Foreign languages in use in household: YES
Obrad lives in the Džabasan household with his wife Gaga and their children, they have three sons and a daughter. The sons have finished school and come to help their parents during the summer months, while their daughter Dragana is still in primary school. The family is engaged in agriculture and makes a living from it, and Gaga sells her dairy products to restaurants and hotels in the town.
Džabasan household is engaged in agriculture. During the winter months, they go with their cattle to a tame village, about 10 km from Tepca, and in the spring they return with sheep and cows. When they return to the village, they plant vegetables that they use for their own needs and for the needs of their guests. There is an orchard on their property, its fruits are used for making juices, jams, and brandy. Making brandy is an unavoidable activity of almost every family in this village.
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.