Bhutan is a landlocked country located in south Asia between China and India with total land area of 38,394 km². The geographical coordinates are 27 30N, 90 30 E which lies 448 Km from the Tropic of cancer.

Bhutan is divided into three zones:

  1. Alpine Zone (4000m and above) with no forest cover
  2. Temperate Zone (2000 to 4000m) with conifer or broadleaf forests;
  3. Subtropical Zone (150m to 2000m) with Tropical or Subtropical vegetation

As one of the ten global hotspots, Bhutan is committed to preserve and protect its rich geography environment through its government and environmental organizations.