Banni Biodiversity

Banni covers an area of 3847 sq km. This area is absolutely flat; the altitude only ranges between 3 metres to 5 metres above sea level. More than two thirds of the area of Banni is high in salinity.

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The Great Rann: from desert to wetland

The salt impregnated Great Rann of Kutch is a huge, flat expanse spreading over 16,000 sq km, interrupted occasionally by small uplands that are locally called bets (islands). The Rann owes its origin to a marine transgression and is a tectonically unstable area.

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KaroDungar (Black Hill)

for the sunset, drive to the “Dattatray Temple” at the top of the karodungar, from where you will have the best top views of the Great Rann.

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ChhariDhand: birdwatchers’ paradise:

The flats of Banni conceal many depressions where rainwater gets collected during a good monsoon. These shallow water bodies are locally known as dhand, jheel or talav.

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