About the island
Island

Kon'dey

Atoll

Gaafu Alifu

Population

Nill

Known for

Nill


Kondey (ކޮނޑޭ) is one of the inhabited islands of Northern Huvadhu Atoll, administrative code Gaafu Alifu. Kondey is about 2.2km long and 830m wide. The island consists of a population of 589 people. The name kondey comes from the word "kondey mala reethi mala" which means Kondey's beauty is at best. Kondey is a historically significant island of the Northern Huvadhu Atoll in the Maldives. Famous for its four antique Buddhist hawittas (prayer mounds) and a beautiful coral garden off the coast, Kondey is an ideal spot for divers and history buffs alike. However kondey has small population but people are very kind to each other.