Maradhoo is one of the occupied islands of the Addu Atoll. Maradhoo is situated amidst the island chain on the Western side of Addu City. Toward the North are Hankede trailed by Hithadhoo's Gaukendi, Rujjehera, Abuhera, RAF, Maamendhoo and Mainland Hithadhoo. Toward the South are Maradhoo-Feydhoo, Feydhoo and Gan island. The island is 537.18 km 334 mi; 290mi south of the nation's capital, Male. It has a populace of 3289 and is positioned seventeenth as far as populace in Maldives. Mardhoo's area makes it deliberately imperative for the atoll as the principle crossing over point between the primary mechanical island Gan and the atoll's regulatory capital Hithadhoo.
Maradhoo is a bigger island in Maldivian terms. The southern part, towards Feydhoo, has a different authoritative division and is viewed as a different island named Maradhoo-Feydhoo, despite the fact that it is physically connected to Maradhoo island itself. Maradhoo's scene chiefly includes palm trees and tropical bushes as in different islands in Addu Atoll. The island comprises of little streets, close paths, expansive number of firmly assembled houses, just a couple have a second floor. Green vegetation encompasses the majority of the lodging mixes, particularly coconut palm and banana trees, and are viewed as part local farming.