Kelaa (Haa Alifu Atoll)
Kelaa is an inhabited island in Haa Alifu Atoll administrative division and geographically part of the Thiladhunmathi Atoll in the northern part of the Maldives. It is an island-level administrative constituency in upper north province, governed by the Kelaa Island Council.
In this island, the British established a staging post in 1934 and until the end of World War II it functioned as the northerly counterpart to Gan in the south.
A mosque built during the reign of Sultan Mohamed Ibn Ali (AD 1692-1701) still stands today as a historical place of interest on the island.