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East Sumba 400 Hectares Project

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East Sumba project is property project with over than 400 hectares  located on South coast of Sumba Island in the East Sumba regency. A strong bond of friendship based on faith and respect has given our company the chance to access this area with its unique features: a gently rolling landscape with hills descending to a serie of private white sand beaches, amazing surfing and diving spots and much more.

The property is around 100 Km from Waingapu airport. At the moment it takes around 3 hours and 30 minutes to reach the location but governmental funds are allocated for the road remaking and maintenance. Soon after the improvement we estimate travel time to the location will reduce to 1 hour and 30 minutes.

The property has over 9 Km of front beach. One unique beach of around 4 Km just in front of Salura island, with light brown sand and a gently hilly landscape runs from the farthest east of the property till a majestic cliff which divides the property in two parts. Just before the cliff a big river flows through the beach creating an amazing environment. The western part is a sequence of 9 white sand private beaches with a various and always amazing landscape.

NAME OF THE LOCATION: Waihungu Beach / Katundu Beach

AIRPORT: Waingapu Airport

DISTANCE FROM THE AIRPORT: ± 100 Km

AVERAGE TRAVEL TIME TO THE LOCATION FROM THE AIRPORT: ± 3 hours 30 minutes with the existing road

TOTAL SIZE: 400 hectares

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East Sumba Boat Trips

East Sumba Boat Trips

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