Nasolot National Reserve is located to the north of Mount Mtelo at over 3,000 meters. There are some spectacular views to be had, although most of the reserve is plains. Because of its remote location, there are few visitors. The habitat is predominantly thicket and dry bushland, with many succulents and acacias bordering the seasonal streams and rivers that criss-cross the reserve. There are elephants in the reserve but they are well camouflaged by the flora. Other mammals include the greater and lesser kudu, warthog and bushbuck. The birdlife is rich and varied and includes the white-crested turacos, Abyssinian ground hornbills, superb starlings, and Abyssinian rollers.