SUMBA: ACCESSIBLE HIDEAWAY
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. It is part of the flourishing East Nusa Tenggara province (NTT).
Virtually inaccessible just a few years ago, Sumba is now easily reached from Bali, with a 50-minute regular flight. The island’s airport in Tambolaka, newly renovated in 2014, hosts 4 daily flights from the Bali Denpasar International Airport.
This perfect location in easy reach of Bali and its 5,7 million foreign tourists, combined with pristine beaches, world-famous surf waves, and a perfectly preserved authentic culture positions Sumba among the most promising tourist destinations on the planet.
- UNIQUE LOCATION
ON SUMBA ISLAND
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. Indeed, its direct surroundings boast both Weekuri Lake and Mandorak beach – the island’s top two nature must-sees.
Splendid wild beaches with pristine waters are only a few minutes away by car or bicycle. Those passionate about surfing will also appreciate the accessibility of two renowned Sumba surf spots - Pero and Wanyapu.
From a real estate standpoint, the Hameli Ate plots are exceptional as even smaller plots offer a large cliff-facing portion.
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.
Aside from the obvious aspects making Kodi attractive – the beautiful beaches and well-preserved culture - the opening of the Sumba Hospitality Foundation in this region has created a real shift in perspective.
A number of hospitality projects are underway, including a major five star 50-room hotel and 20-villa project which is set to open in 2020 in Karoso, 10 kilometers from Hameli Ate.