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Reviewed October 4, 2019

We stayed here for 4 nights at the very end of September (we were, in fact, their last guests of the season). We stayed in a cabin and it was clean and comfortable. A full-size bed (2 people) and two twin (single) beds, shelves and a bathroom with toilet and sink. They provided towels for showering and a hand towel.
The showers and bathroom areas were immaculately clean. Both the ladies' and mens' showers have 2 stalls divided by a wall.
The restaurant/bar/reception area is lovely - clean and decorated nicely with flowers. There was always music playing in the background which we really enjoyed.
The family is extremely hospitable, greeting everyone immediately upon arrival, discussing plans, helping with information, etc.
We had requested two days of hiking with a guide (Maglic Mountain and lake and Tara Canyon). When we arrived Philip (one of the sons) asked if we would like to hike to a remote village and go to the top of the mountain there to see the outstanding view. Yes!! The next day we did the Tara Canyon hike, ending at the end of a road on the border and a village that is almost abandoned. The hikes included lunch/snack and dinner when we returned.
Philip was an outstanding guide, answering all of our weird questions and showing us magnificent views.
The dinners were plentiful and very tasty. We tried the chicken, the trout and the pork. The last night we went into Foca for pizza (the "city" is only about a 5 minute drive).
Breakfast was good, too. It was lovely to sit next to the Drina River and watch the fog lift and the trout rise.
The wifi is available camp-wide.
We also were able to learn about the art of making Ajvar, a popular and delicious condiment made from roasted peppers and eggplant. That was extra special.
There is nothing negative we can say. Clean, comfortable, friendly, helpful all for a great price. A trip we will never forget. And we didn't even do the rafting, which is their specialty!! Maybe next time.

Room tip: We weren't "camping" - we choose a cabin with a toilet/sink.
Date of stay: September 2019
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Thank CarlisleRedSoxFan
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Reviewed July 29, 2019 via mobile

This camping is on the banks of the Drina river and is a really lovely location on the river.
The owner and staff are welcoming and friendly - the loveliest people you could meet. They will drive you into town or you can get a taxi for a couple of euros.
Just a couple of things to be wary of.. on two occasions the showers were cold - definitely not enough hot water and the camp wasn't full so expect a cold shower from time to time unless you're up bright and early.
Secondly the restaurant prices are very high - we paid more than double for the same meals we had in town. Saying that, the food was very good.
The camp charges €17 for a camper and two people. Power and internet is included. The internet is available in all areas of the campsite which is a rarity.
I would definitely recommend this camp!

Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank sarahwD4257ZQ
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Reviewed May 25, 2019 via mobile

Nice, neat, cosy camp place with perfect service.
The food is quite good, fish (trout) is recommended as it is stunningly delicious.
We would come again with pleasure, on a motorcycle trip, the lawns in the camp are perfect for tents.

Date of stay: May 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Rosen R
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Reviewed June 26, 2018

Once in the year I spent several days at this place, when looking for psychical and physical relax from long working days....Always enjoying delicious food (especially I choose a fish, trout), canoeing on Drina by the camp, rafting on the Tara river, or hiking to the surrounding villages. Recommendation!

Date of stay: August 2017
Thank lal0ta
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Reviewed June 2, 2018 via mobile

The cottage is basic, but everything is clean - toilets, shower, restaurant. The most valuable is perfect service of the owner. Don't miss to order pastrnka (trout),it amazingly good.
We stayed for three days and ordered full service including breakfast. We didn't have single opportunity to complaint.

Date of stay: June 2018
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Thank 680karelm
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