The region “Nidze” is characterized by rich plant and animal life. The lush vegetation provides ample conditions for feeding the game, while the diverse evergreen and deciduous forest communities provide natural shelter. In the higher parts of the hunting area, above the forests, various endemic alpine grassland communities thrive. .
With a gorgeous expanse of over 20,000 hectares, the hunting area “Nidze” satisfies the refined taste of both hunters and nature lovers. The area’s biodiverse forests are complemented by the refreshing beauty of multiple rivers, streams, and lakes. At elevations of over 2,500 m, the vibrantly colored Dianthus Kajmaktzalanicus, a perennial shrub plant uniquely endemic to the region, grows snugly to the ground with its distinct pink flowers on top.
While touring the area, we can regularly meet deer species, wild boar, exotic sheep, wild rabbit, rock partridge, Eurasian woodcocks, various pigeon species, and other types of feathery or furry game. There is also an abundance of non-protected game, such as wolf, fox, weasel, marten, skunk, magpie, hawk, northern goshawk, and more.
The Kajmakchalan peak boasts a high historical importance in Europe. On this very location within the hunting area, well-known and significant battles took place during World War I. The mountain has kept records of these battles in the form of monuments, bunkers, and tombs that can be visited, and it is not uncommon to find scattered artifacts of this time. At the very peak of Kajmakchalan, an orthodox church dedicated by King Alexander I of Yugoslavia can be found.
The Hunting Area "Nidze" is an attractive location for many visitors, hunters and tourists due to its rich history, natural beauty and wildlife.