Sumba Island is located south of Flores Island and is separated by the Savu Sea, part of East Nusa Tenggara province in Indonesia.
As a tourist destination, Sumba is synonymous with natural scenery of the dry hills, waterfalls, white sandy beaches, crystal clear blue water lakes, and wild horses that run in the meadows.
Sumba consists of four districts, namely Southwest Sumba, West Sumba, Central Sumba, and East Sumba. Each district has its own uniqueness for nature and culture tourism.
Tourists usually start the journey on Sumba by touring from the city of Tambolaka in Southwest Sumba to Waingapu in East Sumba.
There are two national airports on the island, Tambolaka (TMC) and Waingapu (WGP). Each airport is connected to two important cities Denpasar (Bali) and Kupang, the capital of East Nusa Tenggara Province.