Once there was a girl named Sara she lived in Kihadhoo. She always wanted to go to dhonfanu and see the rock pools. one day she got a chance to go to dhonfanu on a school trip. she got permission from her motherland a few days later she was packed and ready to go. In Dhonfanu she saw lots of mesmerizing sights like the sandy white beaches and the mini palm tree-forests and finally her dream came true she was taken to the rock pools of dhonfanu not everyone found it interesting but she certainly did. She saw crabs, colorful shells and even a few fish. then she saw all the water start to dry away, slowly but surely she became frightened and everyone else also looked shocked she asked what was wrong and her teacher smiled and said that it was just the pool drying away and she also told her the fact that that's normal. everyone calmed down and by then it was already time to go home Sara waved bye to dhonfanu and went back home and she explained all of it to every one back home.
Written by: Yaula binthi Ibrahim Mohamed from Coding and Critical Thinking - Junior
The island is famous for keeping traditions and customs alive and do them with the hopes of keeping it alive for the generations to come.
Details of a famous person from the island.
Mohamed Moosa, received the “Rahnnaalhi Award” for being a person who actively works on keeping traditions and customs alive.