The country is located at the north-west edge of the African continent at the crossroads of major shipping trade lanes.
The area of the state is 1.11788 km².
Climate of North Barchant is tropical tradewind. Most of the year there is warm, sunny weather.
On February 20, 2016, the Kingdom announced the expansion of its territorial waters from 2 to 15 nautical miles.
North Barhant has no administrative divisions and cities. Following the example of the state of Nauru, the Republic of Kiribati, North Barchant also refused to give the status of a capital to any locality.
Population of the Kingdom of North Barchant is represented by various ethnic groups – the most numerous are immigrants from Morocco, Berbers - 27%, Guanches - 12%, Dungans - 8%, and other nationalities. These are mainly immigrants from such countries as Spain, Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Congo, as well as refugees from other countries.
Enviable strength of character is a distinguishing feature of population of the Kingdom of North Barchant. Due to the favorable migration policy of the Kingdom, the population growth rates are among the highest in the world.
According to the 2016 census, the population is 342 people. The population density is 306 persons per km². At the age structure people from 15 to 64 years dominate – 92.1%: 283 men and 32 women. Younger than 14 years – 5.5%: 10 men and 9 women. Older than 65 - 2.3%: 6 men and 2 women. Average age is 38.5 years. Literacy is 41%.
As a result of the referendum on the state language, conducted on January 5, 2016, the status of the official languages of North Barchant is assigned to English, Russian and Spanish. They are the main languages for record management and official ceremonies. In oral speech, advertising and the media, the English, Arabic, Catalan languages are often used. From the Middle Atlas Tamazight dialects, there are mostly Iziyan, Zemmur, Sadden, sometimes – Ndhir, Beni-mgild and Youssi.