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Kudahuvadhoo in Maldives

Kudahuvadhoo- An Exotic Holiday Destination in Maldives
Kudahuvadhoo In Maldives

Rated 4.4/5 (based on 1046 reviews)

About Kudahuvadhoo in Maldives

Known for its mysterious hawittas or mounds, ancient temples and urban delights beautifully blended with the rolling blue waters, Kudahuvadhoo beckons tourists to the Maldives for a visit. The capital of Dhaal Atoll, this unique tourist spot offers tons of activities that visitors can enjoy, while also being the perfect getaway from the bustle of city life. Clear blue waters, rolling greenery, fresh air and delightful cuisine are just some of the attractions of this beautiful island. This place is known for enticing tourists with its exquisite natural splendour, amazing culture, panoramic views and natural beauty.

Things to do in Kudahuvadhoo

Kudahuvadhoo is known for its mysterious old mounds, monuments and relics of the past that a traveller here will certainly love. Said to be relics of pre-Islamic Buddhist temples, these mounds add a hint of nostalgia to a visit here. This is also one of the reasons that makes this place so popular among tourists all over the world. Public speedboats or private ferries can be used to get around between the island and surrounding islets, or simply to enjoy the pristine waters and soak up the sun. Better yet, visitors can hire a private boat to visit nearby deserted island and experience nature in its original form. There are tons of sports too, that a traveller can enjoy, such as diving, windsurfing and canoeing. If active sports don’t really appeal, a visitor to Kudahuvadhoo can either laze back and watch dolphins a distance away, or spend some quiet time with a fishing rod in permitted spots. This is definitely one of the best things that travellers can experience in Maldives.

Key Spots to Visit in Kudahuvadhoo

While the hawittas certainly do beckon visitors to Kudahuvadhoo, there are other spots to visit on this island. Here are some places that every visitor here should stop off at.

  • The ancient mosque that boasts of some of the finest masonry that the world has ever seen.

  • The sandbanks along the beaches that make the perfect spots of picnics.

  • The Kudahuvadhoo lagoon with its crystal clear waters.

  • The uncrowded Hadigilla Reef with a picture perfect view of the channel.

A visit to Kudahuvadhoo is certainly filled with much to do. Since the island combines urban charm with natural appeal, a traveller here will never be left without anything to do. From fun-filled water sports to a quiet walk among old relics, there is always something for every visitor here. The local tour guides and tourism offices are eager to help and love to ensure that every visitor feels welcome and returns home with pleasant memories. After all, with all the natural and historical beauty that Kudahuvadhoo has to offer, every visitor has the right to use it to the fullest!

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Which Atoll is Kudahuvadhoo located on?

This island is located on the South Nilande Atoll in the Maldives.

How do I get to Kudahuvadhoo Island?

A speed boat is your best bet to get there.

What is special about Kudahuvadhoo?

You can enjoy many activities on the island such as watersports, fishing and shopping.