Salelologa Wharf
Photo by: Rudolf Stricker, Creative Commons

Salelologa Samoa is a very quiet town that sits between the Cook Islands and Fiji. This area is situated north of Samoa and south of Tonga. Salelologa is a petite district in Samoa that serves as main hub for public crafts and bargain shopping. There are many islands that can be found in this district, and majority of them fall under the Fa’asaleleaga electoral district. An amazing island that offers breathtaking landscape and heartwarming people, this enthusiastic town that’s been serving as shopping district offers wide variety of fresh fishes and locally grown products that bought mostly in Salelologa market.

If you want to go shopping in Salelologa then the Savii market is the best place for you to go. Savii market was recently transferred to a different relocation site due to its old structure. A much stronger and larger facility that’s about 5 minutes away from the main district has already been built as replacement. The new Savii market is the best place to buy cheap local products for remembrance. Before you can reach the Salelologa area, you need to take a boat ride from Salelologa wharf first. The Salelologa wharf is Salelologa ’s main entrance point. This is the only wharf port in Salelologa that can take people to Salelologa main district.

Salelologa may be small but its beauty is no little thing to consider. There first class hotels and restaurants are remarkably affordable, and their white sand beaches and tropical attractions can truly satisfy a travelers heart. Salelologa is a wonder that still remains hidden from the outside world.

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