Dhevvadhoo is an inhabited island in Gaafu Alif Atoll (North Huvadhoo Atoll) administrative division and geographically part of Huvadhoo Atoll in the south of the Maldives. It is an island-level administrative constituency in Upper South Province, governed by the Dhevvadhoo Island Council. This is the island of Dhvvadhoo Rasgefaanu (King from Dhevvadhoo), who ruled the Maldives from 1692-1701. The coral stone mosque in Dhevvadhoo which is a UNESCO heritage site was built by Dhevvadhoo Rasgefaamu during his reign. There are several unexplored ruins on this island.