Dhadimagi Kilhi is one of the fresh water lakes in the island. The depth is about 5 feet. The water body is surrounded by a much bigger wetland area. The lake and wetland is now a protected area. The wetland area is rich with flora and fauna.
Birds commonly seen in the wetland area includes Vali Kukulhu (Moorhen), Kanbili (White-Breasted Waterhen), Maakanaa (Grey Heron), Iruvai Hudhu (White Heron) and Raabol (Maldivian Little Heron). A wide variety of dragonfly species can also be found in the wetland area.
Fuvahmulah Nature Park is also located here. Visitors can enjoy swimming, canoe riding and pedal boating.
There is a Boardwalk in to the wetland area where you can get a panoramic view of the area.