Located between the islands of Sumbawa and Komodo, Sumba is a surfer’s paradise. With swells rising up to 6 feet, boarders have been flocking here for many years. But while Bali has become a household name, Sumba is still relatively undiscovered. Exotic scenery, cultural heritage, horses as wild as its coastlines – Sumba is so much more than a surf den. Scattered through the countryside are hilltop villages with thatched clan houses, clustered around megalithic tombs where villagers still pay homage to their ancestors. With its low limestone hills and rugged, undulating savannahs, knitted together with fields of maize and cassava, this eastern part of Indonesia is a natural gem.