Alofitai

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Alofitai
Village
Alofitai is located in Futuna
Alofitai
Alofitai
Location in Alofi Island
Coordinates: 14°19′43″S 178°3′40″W / 14.32861°S 178.06111°W / -14.32861; -178.06111Coordinates: 14°19′43″S 178°3′40″W / 14.32861°S 178.06111°W / -14.32861; -178.06111
Country France
Territory Wallis and Futuna
IslandAlofi
Chiefdom and DistrictAlo
Population
 (2008)
 • Total1
Time zoneUTC+12

Alofitai, often simply named Alofi, is a village in Wallis and Futuna. It is located on the northwestern coast of Alofi Island. It belongs to the chiefdom of Alo.

Overview[edit]

In 2003 it had a population of 2 people but according to the 2008 census there is now only 1 person living permanently there.[1] The village is a base for tobacco production on the virtually uninhabited island. It has a small chapel because on Sundays the Futunans visit the island.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Population municipale des villages des îles Wallis et Futuna (recensement 2008)". INSEE. Retrieved 10 June 2011.