Tile sizes are entirely dependent upon the "page" size of your printer. You would need to draw your own guides.
In addition, most tiling features automatically generate an overlap of tiles to make reassembly easier. Although You may have an option in InDesign to manually configure the overlap (in the
Whether or not that is there may depend upon your printer driver.
So if you don't want some images to "overlap on two sheets" you'll need to keep the images away from your tile edges, in some cases, leaving a considerable tile margin.
Since every printer is different, you may be best to run some basic trial and error prints.... set something up to tile 4 times and draw some basic shapes so you can see the overlap in your specific environment and adjust. Don't waste a lot of ink/toner. All you really need to do is draw a square with an X through it - unfilled, with a decent weight stroke - in the center where your 4 tiles will overlap and cross the middle.
That should give you enough of an indicator about the tile overlap and margins necessary.