Sherani is situated within the Sulaiman Mountain Range, at the distance of 373 km from Quetta and is accessible via Qilla Saifullah through Kuchlak-Zhob Road, then following Zhob-Dikhan Highway.
Overall landscape of Sherani district is hilly and its average elevation is about 1,500 to 3,000 meters. It connects Dera Ismail Khan in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa by a narrow gorge of 4 miles through Dahna Pass. In his north side, the Balochistan Plateau which is surrounded by mountains. Takht-e-Sulaiman is the highest point in this distract with elevation of 11,060 feet, the shrine is situated on a ledge below the crest of the southern bluff of Kaisaghar Hill. Kaisaghar Hill with elevation of 11,300 feet is the highest peak in the region. Shinghar is the second highest peak with elevation of 9,273 feet. Khamistani Nala and its tributaries are the main source of water in this area.
A legend about the connection of this area with King Solomn, whose throne alighted on this peak and another legend says Noah Ark alighted here after the Duluge. There are number of valleys and historical places in this real to visit.
The climate of this region is hot and dry in summer, where winter is cold.