Addu (also Seenu)  is the southernmost atoll in the Maldives. Hithadhoo, its capital, was the base of the short-lived United Suvadive Republic secessionist movement in 1959–1963.
Gan International Airport (IATA: GAN) can be reached from the capital, Male, in a beautiful unforgettable 60-minute-flight over the southern atolls of the Maldives. The airport has been upgraded to international status and is scheduled to start receiving direct charters from Europe in 2007 and flights from Hong Kong and Seoul.
The four islands of Gan, Feydu, Maradu and Hithadhoo are connected to each other by causeways.
Commonwealth War Grave ( second world war) - Gan Sunset Bridge ( causeway connecting Gan and Feydhoo) _ Gan Equatorial Convention Centre (seventeenth saarc summit was held here) - Hithadhoo Koattey - Hithadhoo Ranin hanaa fenganda - Hithadhoo Aari Kilhi (fresh water body ) - Hithadhoo Eedhigali kilhi - hithadhoo Hukuru miskiy - Hithadhoo
There are only two hotels/resorts in the atoll.