Prokletije massif leave an unforgettable impression on all visitors with their beauty. This gigantic, most rugged mountain range, with jagged, white and black peaks, resembles a wolf’s jaw, and with the beauty of its forests, and pastures it contributes to the beauty of the whole area. In the mountain range of unique beauty, glacial lakes also stand out with their beauty: Plavsko, Hridsko, Rikavacko, Bukumirsko and Visitorsko. A special rarity are Alipaša's springs and the Grlja waterfall. The highest mountain peak on Prokletije is Zla Kolata - 2,536 m.
The river Skakavica flows 2.5 km from the OKA, and then comes to a high limestone beam, which divides the valley. In it, the river Skakavica builds a 30 m high waterfall - Grlja and sinks there. After 300 m of flow, Grlja appears in the light of day and after connecting with water from Alipaša's springs, it gets the name Vruja and flows towards Gusinje.
Karst spring, located near Gusinje, near the village of Vusanje. It springs at 1000 m above sea level. It has a circular shape. It is about 30 m long, 25 m wide, and the width increases towards the middle and reaches 8 m, and due to the crystal clear water, the bottom can be seen to the greatest depth. On the north and south sides, 3-5 m high limestone rocks rise above the spring. During hot summers, especially in August, the heat is completely reduced. The water recedes and rests, and there is no surface overflow, as in the winter months. Alipašini Izvori is located at a distance of 1.5 km south of Gusinje. The springs erupt at the foot of Prokletije at 925 m above sea level. The water erupts at a greater length (about 300m) from several places but strongly. During the dry summer months, the yield of Alipaša springs is about 3 m per second. In the spring it gives up to 3 times more water. Alipašini Izvori is a gathering place for Gusinjaci from all over the world, as well as numerous tourists who visit these springs every year.