Thulusdhoo looks like a populated industrious town with warehouses and factories interspersing the landscape. Look deeper, and you’ll realize that it still maintains its traditional charm. Consequently, the island is inviting enough for tourists wishing to spend a budget-friendly holiday.
Possessing a bit of the Caribbean vibe, Thulusdhoo remains a hidden gem. It is yet to catch the attention of mainstream holidaymakers.
Capital of the Kaafu Atoll, Thulusdhoo’s proximity to Malé Airport and fishing harbor puts it among the most accessible islands in the Maldives. Home to approximately 1400 inhabitants, it is about 1.5km in length and a little over half a kilometer in width.