Looking to the green wide open of Wairinding hill is a spectacular view. The refreshing breeze lets you cool down for a minute and relax. Breathe in the fresh air and walk around or sit down and watch a beautiful sunset. Let us take you there and Explore Sumba with us. www.exploresumba.com
In the south-west regency of Sumba you can find Ratenggaro village. This village has the tallest roofs in Sumba and gives home to the friendly locals who will welcome you with open arms. The roofs can reach up to 22 meters high and are truly impressive. If you want to know how to get there contact us and we will be happy to take you there.
Not only known as the land of a thousand villages, Sumba is also the land of a thousand hills. The island has many of beautiful hills and one of them is Lailara Hills in the East Sumba.
Explore Sumba Vind deze pagina leuk · 12 juni · Weekuri lake is a perfect lake straight from paradise. The water is crystal clear and has the perfect temperature. On top of the rocks there is a great view over this natural swimming pool and on the other hand the sea. In the weekend it is a popular place for the local people to relax, but during the weekdays there is a big chance you will have this piece of paradise all to yourself.
Mandorak beach is truly one of the best beaches in the world. This place is magical and paradise in its purest form!
Megalithic graves at Rende village, East Sumba
That’s a big rock! This massive rock boulder is one of two that can best be viewed from Watu Malando beach. This place is nature at its rawest but beautiful like no other. While you are at Watu Malando there is another beach close by which you can visit when you are there. Want to explore which one?
Sunsets cannot be separated from one's journey. Some says "the more we go to the east of Indonesia, the more beautiful the sunsets are". There are sunsets we're only able to see by climbing hills, ones we see through tall grass, ones we enjoy from the vast sea of white sand. And there is one we can see through a giant rock, and one we see through the dancing mangroves. These sunsets can be seen from this island. Only this island, Sumba. www.exploresumba.com
The legend goes that Ubu Palabang (the first inhabitant of Sumba) built the city of Waigalli. The city has some very special tombs. The kid on the photo is playing on the most famous one. The tomb is placed on higher ground overlooking the typical rooftops of Waigalli village. The city has many traditions, which are waiting for you to experience them. www.exploresumba.com
Even Google maps hasn’t discovered this pristine waterfall yet. With its turquoise fresh water Waimarang waterfall is perhaps the most beautiful waterfall of Sumba. The trek to the waterfall is not the easiest, but this makes the reward of a swim even more worth it. After the hike and swim enjoy a picnic looking over the waterfall and regain some energy for the way back. Are you ready to explore Sumba with us? www.exploresumba.com