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A tropical archipalego, this is the smallest union territory in India. It’s home to many species of marine fish, coral, seaweed and birds. It’s also one of the coral reef regions in India.
Distance from the nearest metro: 538 km from Bangalore.
Known for: The island is breeding ground for sea turtles and has been declared a bird sanctuary.
4. Rann Of Kutch
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The Rann of Kutch is the largest salt desert in the world. Located in the Kutch district of Gujarat. It’s reputed to be one of the hottest regions in India.
Location from nearest city: 272 km from Ahmedabad.
Known for: The salt plains are famous for the Indian Wild Ass, and an annual kite festival which gathers visitors from all over the world.