Bukovik is a rhodope mountain in eastern Serbia at the intersection of the Sokobanja, Aleksinac and Paracin lowlands. It is covered by freshwater streams that feed into the Moravica and Southern Morava rivers. The incline of the mountain is more extreme to the west and its fosil incline contains the city of Razanj. Bukovik is a rocky mountain, and is formed from paleozoic crystalline rocks. The Poslon mountains are a part of the Mojsin mountain range and their highest peak is found at 482 meters above sea level.
The local mountaineering association “Varnica 2012” organizes many activities throughout the year. The most popular camping spots are definitely Varnica and Hajduk’s kladenac.