Salani Village has a long established surf resort thanks to the top drawer rides on either side of the channel. Salani Rights will consistently barrel and fizz along the reef edge in any S swell and hopefully any N wind. More E in the swell will split the line-up with shorter, bowly hooks arriving from deep and shifting the take-off spot around, while SW will lengthen the ride and open up the face for turns. A little more flexible with lower tides and even onshore winds on certain days.
Like most Samoan waves, plucky intermediates will handle the average days, but beyond overhead is for more experienced riders. There's another longer, larger and less-reliable right on the outer reef nearby.