It might be tough for an Indian to locate Wallis Futuna Island (South Pacific), Micronesia (set of thousand islands in the western Pacific Ocean) or St Pierre & Maiqueldu (in the north-western Atlantic Ocean near Canada) on a map but their citizens have found reasons to visit the country. These are among 36 countries which sent less than 50 tourists to India in 2012.
According to data from the tourism ministry, one tourist each came from Wallis Futuna Island, St Pierre & Maiqueldu, Guam, Gibraltar, Cayman Islands and Anguilla while Virgin Islands sent two citizens in 2012. Countries including Norfolk Island, Mariana Island and Greenland sent three tourists each while Turks & Caicos Island, Puerto Rico, Aruba and Mayotte sent four tourists each. Micronesia sent five tourists.
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