Kudahuvadhoo is one of the possessed islands of Dhaalu or South Nilande Atoll in the Maldives. Kudahuvadhoo has one of the secretive hills known as hawittas. These hills are the vestiges of Buddhist sanctuaries from the pre-Islamic period before the tenth century that have not been unearthed yet. Thor Heyerdahl, who investigated the island in the mid 1980s, composed that the old coral-stone mosque of Kudahuvadhoo has a portion of the best brick work at any point found on the planet.
On 19 March 2014 the New York Post said that occupants of Kudahuvadhoo revealed having seen a low-flying plane heading out north to southeast towards Addu the southern tip of the Maldives taking after the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which vanished in midflight to Beijing from Malaysia on 8 March 2014.
This loaned trustworthiness to one of the hypotheses that the flight had been held by somebody who expected to arrive the plane in a remote zone. Kudahuvadhoo had no airstrip. The Male International Airport 182 km north-upper east of Kudahuvadhoo was one that the pilot had worked on arriving on, utilizing his custom made flight simulator. The guarantee that the located stream was MH370 was in this manner dismissed by Malaysia's clergyman of transport and protection.