Fulidhoo sees itself as the most northern of the inhabited islands of Vaavu Atoll in the Laccadive Sea, Maldives. The most important housing of the island is its large lagoon, which functions as a natural harbour. This island is a piece of paradise for nature lovers. To enjoy here is the clean white sanded beach neighbouring the crystal clear water body. The place is famed for its Maldivian cultural events like Langiri, which is a traditional dance with drums and Thaara. The island is small with a scanty population. There is a mosque, school, health centre, community centre, council offices, and a few general stores on this island. People love relaxing here in the peaceful environment in the lap of nature. The beaches are adorned with the hammock and the resting chairs to make the place more appealing for the tourists.