Situated due south across the Savu Sea from Komodo, Sumba is among Indonesia’s least developed islands. The coast is wild, wave-lashed and great for surfing, particularly around this isolated resort, which sits next to its own spectacular beach, flanked by limestone headlands rising to a rampart of rugged savannah and mountains. Villages are widely scattered and very traditional, with distinctive thatched roofs and clan houses. Facilities in the hotel itself are five-star – astonishing given the remote location – and include a delightful spa.
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