Sumba offers exoticm of wild nature, savannahs, beaches and waterfalls, and the stunning culture. The nature are so complete with a variety of charming contours. Playing water, running around the hill, all can be done in Sumba.
Experience the best of Sumba!
We will guide you to favorite places. Relax around the beauty of Weekuri Lagoon, pampering yourself on the beach of Bwanna, and be amazed by the view of Tanjung Mareha, will be an unforgettable experience.
Sumba is made from a strong integration between the rich of culture and the beauty of nature.
By visiting traditional villages, we will find natural hauses. We can interact with the people of Sumbawho live in there and learn the way of their traditional life. Don't miss the smile of the children as they greet you warmly.
Pasola is the main festival in February and March, the game of throwing wooden javelins from the back of horses that runs fast between two opposing groups.
Make sure you visit the beautiful beaches. Almost all the beaches are white sands, like Mananga Aba, Watubela, Bwanna, Puru Kambera, Walakiri, and Tarimbang.
Many Waterfalls in Sumba is located in the middle of a National Park. Coming to the waterfalls can be an unforgettable trekking experience. Some of them are Matayangu, Lapopu, and Waimarang.
Sumba has the largest savannah in eastern of Indonesia. There are a lot of interesting spots to enjoy a very beautiful expanse of savannah.
Don’t forget the famous Weekuri Lagoon.
Let get out for awhile from the routine and start your traveling adventure with tour-sumba.com. Meet new people, visit traditional villages and find out local customs, enjoy the beauty of savannas, the beautiful lagoon and the beaches.
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Sumba will make you fall in love. Make sure this island is on your vacation list. The exploration of 3 days 2 nights is able to show the hidden paradise on Sumba. There are so many destinations in Sumba that are fun and friendly for all of you.
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