Southwest Sumba, Indonesia

Located in west Sumba, Hameli Ate and Karoso beach is composed of 33 magnificent plots of land with breathtaking views over the Indian Ocean. 

 

Until just two years ago, these plots were still out of reach by car, but the recent opening of a new beach road has allowed for easy access within only 35 and 55 minutes from the airport.

 

Each plot runs along the cliff or the beach, with 30 to 100 meters (100 to 330 feet) of each being cliff-facing. The surface of each plot ranges from 1,800 to 4,700 square meters (20,000 to 51,000 square feet). Depending on the plot, cliff heights range from 3 to 6 meters in Hameli Ate and have direct access to the beach at Karoso Beach. In several spots, there is an easy access to the Indian Ocean, and its swimming and snorkeling.

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Why invest in
Southwest sumba?

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Sumba

island

Sumba island is located in eastern Indonesia, between Sumbawa to the northwest, Flores to the northeast, and the Indian Ocean and Australia to the south.

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Unique

location

Hameli Ate lies in one of western Sumba’s most beautiful spots. Conveniently situated just 25 minutes from the airport, it offers a perfect location from which to explore the treasures of west Sumba.

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Development

potential

Hameli Ate is situated in the Kodi region – an area that has recently come into the spotlight as far as investors and developers are concerned.