Kondey (ކޮނޑޭ) is one of the inhabited islands of Northern Huvadhu Atoll, administrative code Gaafu Alifu. Kondey is about 2.2km long and 830m wide. The island consists of a population of 589 people. The name kondey comes from the word "kondey mala reethi mala" which means Kondey's beauty is at best. Kondey is a historically significant island of the Northern Huvadhu Atoll in the Maldives. Famous for its four antique Buddhist hawittas (prayer mounds) and a beautiful coral garden off the coast, Kondey is an ideal spot for divers and history buffs alike. However kondey has small population but people are very kind to each other.