Things to do
Packed with exciting places and fun things to do, a visit to Fuvahmulah will give you an unforgettable fun experience. The natural beauty of Fuvahmulah is jaw-dropping.
Visit to picturesque Bandaara Kilhi
Bandaara Kilhi in Fuvahmulah is the largest lake by volume in Fuvahmulah among two lakes. Fuvahmulah Kulhis are beautifully clear and fun to dive in. With an average depth of 12 feet, this is the largest lake in Fuvahmulah where the pictures are so awesome and astonishing. An observation deck in the Bandaara Kilhi makes it easily accessible since the place is not allowed for swimming due to muddy shorelines. The photogenic place is filled with vegetation and fishes, which were previously used for eating too. Furthermore, a restaurant has been built in cultural style in Bandaara Kilhi named as Lakeside Restaurant, where you could have an amazing view of the Kilhi. Apart from these, at Bandaara Kilhi you could discover the place more while paddling in the canoes. You will surely be amazed with the beautiful place!
Mud baths at Koda Kilhi
Adjoined by Bandaara Kilhi, Koda Kilhi will be definitely a fun place for a bath. Do not worry, it is a mud bath! A holiday to Fuvahmulah without the mud bath would be so boring! With its healing properties and minerals, the mud baths are widely used in spas, so why not get it for free in Fuvahmulah? Add a little spa time in your adventure!
Swimming in Dhadimagi Kilhi
After Bandaara Kilhi, Dhadhimagi Kilhi is the largest lake in Fuvahmulah with a depth of 4 feet. This is the perfect place for a swim surrounded by a dense vegetation. Moreover, if you wish to stay dry and discover the kilhi, you could ride a canoe and paddle away! Few birds even inhabit the Dhadimagi Kilhi, such as common moorhen and Maldivian white-breasted waterhen. Seasonal birds which visit the kilhi are herons and white terns. Feeding the fishes would be fun if you are visiting with your children.
Diving in Fuvahmulah
Diving in Fuvahmulah could be an astonishingly fun experience. It is one of the best diving spot to see tiger sharks. Fuvahmulah tiger shark spot is a 100% guaranteed diving spot where tiger sharks could be seen all year round, every day. Diving could be so adventurous and fun in Fuvahmulah with the tiger shark feeding as well as you could spot whale sharks, black oceanic mantas and other many marine creatures. Additionally, the rich marine life of Fuvahmulah is truly a blessing to your eyes and the Fuvahmulah shark feeding experience could be one of the best adventures for you with the expertise dives.
Exploring the ancient Havitta
The Havitta is located at the Northeastern end of the Fuvahmulah. It is a ruin of a Buddhist chatiya with a ruined stupa as its main feature. It was the main place for the Buddhist community during the pre-Islamic period. As Islam was accepted in Dhadimagu, this temple was buried under sand.
Picnic by Thundi Beach
Fuvahmulah Thundi is a beach covered with pebble like sand, which looks mesmerizingly beautiful. The beach with great waves could be your perfect Instagram shot! You could wear your swimwear and bring a basket of food with a beach mat and enjoy the ocean breeze as the sun shines on you! Perfect relaxing getaway at the Fuvahmulah.