Historical Journey to Kurendhoo Island - Situated on the south-western coast of the Atoll, Kurendhoo is known to have had settlements as early as the Buddhist period in Maldivian history predominantly used as an agricultural island due to the under soil being made of a very hard sedimentary layer of sand stone which holds moisture which had facilitated the composting of buried vegetable matter there is evidence that suggests various gardens in other nearby islands, and were renowned for their shallots.
Kurendhoo island is also known for the tomb of Sheikh Najeebul Habashee; a royal cleric who recited Quaran and other prayers in the then Royal Palace. The tomb is built on the very spot where he died and was buried, and is an attraction to many locals and tourists.
Departure: 09:30am & Return: 12:30pm
Duration: 3 hours
Includes Food & Beverage