Beed district is located in central part of Maharashtra state in central India. The district is bounded by Aurangabad and Jalna in the North, Parbhani and Latur in the East, Ahmednagar and Osmanabad in the South and Ahmednagar in the West. Godavari is the most significant river that flows on the borderline of Georai and Majalgaon Tehsils.The physical settings of Beed district shows a contrast of immense dimensions and reveals a variety of landscapes influenced by relief, climate and vegetation.
Beed has a plethora of historical, archaeological, religious, wildlife and natural scenic tourism potential. However, the district has seldom promoted or marketed itself as a tourist destination. Most of the tourists visiting Beed are from neighbouring districts of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, making it a local tourism destination. The tourists are restricted to the specific days of religious importance or hoildays. Due to its mythological roots, the region witness‟s huge crowds during the Shrawan season of the Hindus. Other places in the district attract limited tourists on a daily basis, but large number of tourists during specific days, months and seasons giving rise to different peak seasons spatially.
The district has remained a pilgrimage destination for centuries. Jyotirling of Parli-Vaijnath and Yogeshwari temple of Ambejogai are among the most famous in the country.The only Peacock sanctuary in Maharashtra is also situated in Beed district.