Kudahuvadhoo located in the inhabited islands of South Nilande atoll in the exquisite land of Maldives, attracts large number of tourists from all over the world. Capital of Atoll, this small island has a population of only 2506, as per the census conducted in the year 2014. This island in the Maldives is also the perfect place to visit for all those people who are looking for a destination to enjoy a completely relaxing holiday. The place is also popular for the mysterious mounds also known as Hawittas, which are the ruins of the famous Buddhist temples, existed before the 10th century.
Those who are planning to visit Kudahuvadhoo will be happy to know that the Dhalu airport, located in Kudahuvadhoo is now open to the public and has 1800m long runway which makes it Maldives’ one of the longest airport. The opening of the airport for public has also made traveling to Kudahuvadhoo easy for tourists. The place is filled with magnificent attractions, breathtaking landscapes, white sand beach, beautiful weather, welcoming people and diving sites, which also makes this place quite famous among the divers.
One of the main landmarks of Kudahuvadhoo island is the Old mosque, which is a must visit place for tourists. The mosque is a perfect example of true craftsmanship and a best place to enjoy the sights of magnificent stone masonry and carvings. The main occupation of the people on this island is fishing. As this island is one of the popular attractions in Maldives, tourists can find many amazing resorts to stay and to cater their needs. For all those people who are thinking of planning a trip to Kudahuvadhoo and wondering how to reach Kudahuvadhoo can take a flight to Male International airport first. After reaching Male, travelers can then proceed to Kudahuvadhoo by taking a domestic flight from Male International Airport for Dhalu Airport in Kudahuvadhoo. The distance between Male and Kudahuvadhoo is 182 kilometers, so the best way to reach the place is taking a flight to Kudahuvadhoo. From walking on the beautiful shorelines to trying out lip smacking sea food, Kudahuvadhoo is really a destination with things to do for everyone.