Thoddoo is one of the inhabited islands of Alif Alif Atoll in the Republic of Maldives.
The island is 67.51 km (42 mi; 36 nmi) northwest of the country's capital, Malé, and also 20 km (12 mi) from Rasdhoo. Thoddoo is about 2 km (1.2 mi) in length and 1 km (0.62 mi) in width. One-third of the total area is agricultural, another third is the village itself, and the rest of the island is empty.
Agriculture is the one of the main income source of the Island, People cultivate various tropical vegetables like chillies, Brinjal, bottle gourd, bitter gourd, Drumstick, ladies finger,Pumpkin and different types of fruits just like Papaya,Honey Melons,fashion fruits, Banana, water apple and Mango, This island is the largest producer of watermelon in Maldives. Watermelons are commonly produced during the holy month of Ramadan when demand in Malé peaks and prices are high. Also Thoddoo is well known for its larger produce of Betel Leaf in the country and its the strongest economy of the Thoddoo in the past 40 years.