The municipality of Navis covers the entire Navistal Valley, a remote side valley branching off east from the Wipptal Valley.
The Navistal Valley is perched at around 1,300 metres above sea level and is traversed by the Navisbach river. Navis itself is divided into three settlements: Außerweg, Oberweg and Unterweg. All in all around 2,000 people live in Navis, which is characterised by pretty farmhouses and an impressive backdrop of lush meadows giving way to mighty mountains. Navis is also famous for its diverse flora which transforms the pastures into a carpet of colours in spring. Hiking to the many huts in the region is popular in summer, while in winter there are a number of toboggan runs and well-maintained winter hiking trails leading into the foothills of the Tux Alps. Traditions and culture continue to play a major role in Navis, which means that visitors can look forward to plenty of concerts, processions and balls.