Bjeshke and Nemuna are one of the most touristic areas in Kosovo. They became a national park in 2012, which is the southernmost geological continuation of the Dinaric Alps. All important water sources have their origin in these mountains. The park is distinguished by rare natural values, with a large number of important forest ecosystems, important habitats of rare species, as well as rich hydrological, geomorphological and landscape features of scientific, educational, touristic and recreational value. The International Union for Conservation of Nature has classified the park as a Category II site. The park is also recognized as an important ornithological area due to the number of birds present. In the massif there is the second highest mountain peak and the first in the country 'Mount Djeravica' where trekking is the main activity.