|Elevation||10 m (30 ft)|
The village is notable for its lakalaka, the national dance of Tonga. A national monument has been proposed to preserve the site of the koka tree where members of the Tu'i Kanokupolu dynasty received investiture. It is home to a large colony of Pacific Flying Foxes, a species of fruit bat.
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