Bandaara Kilhi is one of the two fresh water lakes in Fuvahmulah. With a depth reaching 15 feet and covering a distance of 14 acres, the lake is the largest fresh water body in the Maldives. The lake is surrounded by an extended wetland vegetation, with the popular mud bath ‘Koda Kilhi” located within the area. The area is a government protected reserve.
The lush green vegetation of the area is an astounding natural scenery and is home to a rich variety of plants and wildlife.