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Our portfolio offers exceptional beachfront land plots ready for development with prices from only $30,000 USD making Sumba Island one of the most affordable new investment zones and dream locations for the modern explorer in all of Asia!
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 a flourishing East Nusa Tenggara province (NTT). Virtually inaccessible a few years ago, Sumba is now easily reachable from Bali with a 50-minute regular flight. The airport in Tambolaka, renovated in 2014, hosts 4 daily flights from Bali Denpassar. Its perfect location close to Bali with its 5,7 million foreign tourists, its pristine beaches, world-famous surf waves and preserved authentic culture bring Sumba among the most promising touristic destinations on the planet.
Featuring great investment alternatives with development permission to develop small retreats, over water villas, private residences or large scale resorts, we can provide our clients with unrivaled options that can be explored locally together with the support of our international team of market & construction experts.
Indonesia is now prime for investment with many new world class resorts and government incentives for foreign investors to enjoy. To find out how you can take advantage you can request more info and we shall send you a complete portfolio + investment pack tailored to meet your budget and objectives.
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Latest Sumba Island Real Estate For Sale
Hameli Ate Beachfront Land For Sale
Prime beach land plot 2,100m2 with 30 meter seafront provide direct access to the water and amazing sea views. Rare island location that does not encounter the problem of the waste brought by the sea and thus preserving the stunning natural environment. Ideal for a private freehold villa, surf retreat and an affordable opportunity to invest in a prime investment zone in Indonesia.
Seafront Development Land For Sale
Located in West Sumba, composed of 27 magnificent parcels with a breathtaking view over the Indian Ocean. With the recent opening of a new beach road which allows an easy access within only 25 minutes from the airport. The closest surroundings include such places as Weekuri Lake and Mandorak beach - the two natural must-sees of the island.
Sumba Kodi Beach Land For Sale
Magnificent 4,500m2 spectacular land with 47m beachfront in Kodi beach, Sumba Barat Daya. Road access connected to the land site, the distance to the developed tourism area, airport, harbour, and central town is 20 minutes drive. Superb natural scenery with beautiful sunrise & sunset and spectacular ocean views.
What if you could turn back time and invest in a piece of land on Bali, in the 70-s for less than a VW Golf? Nowadays it’s worth millions. This kind of investment in Sumba is still possible today, looking into the travel trends we can predict which destinations will boom in the years to come and Sumba is top of the list!
SUMBA ISLANDS THE ACCESSIBLE HIDEAWAY RETREAT
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 a flourishing East Nusa Tenggara province (NTT). Virtually inaccessible a few years ago, Sumba is now easily reachable from Bali with a 50-minute regular flight. The airport in Tambolaka, renovated in 2014, hosts 4 daily flights from Bali Denpassar. Its perfect location close to Bali with its 5,7 million foreign tourists, its pristine beaches, world-famous surf waves and preserved authentic culture bring Sumba among the most promising touristic destinations on the planet
Religion is paramount in Sumba with the Marapu (local animist) religion playing a huge part in daily life. It is common to see local people performing ancestral rituals. Once a year Sumbanese people organise Pasola a spectacular war game ritual, where fighters face each other on horseback, throwing wooden spears. This ceremony is a way to thank the ancestors for a successful harvest and ensure another prosperous rice harvest. In the past years, Pasola has become a major tourist attraction drawing visitors from all over the world.
A TREASURE OF ENDOGENOUS NATURE
The island of Sumba abounds with distinctive natural highlights. With its location to the south of Indonesian archipelago, Sumba is one of the rare islands that does not encounter the problem of the waste brought by the sea. The extensive white-sand beaches are wild and pristine.
Sumba is also famous for its tropical forests, home to numerous endogenous species of birds and butterflies, its spectacular waterfalls and for the unique landscape of Indonesia’s vastest savanna in the east of the island.
THE ISLAND OF ADVENTURERS
Sumba is the spot for the active tourism. With its famous waves, suitable for all levels of surfers, it’s been attracting adventurous travellers since the 1960’s. Most of the waves in Sumba can be found concentrated around the south-western and south-eastern tips of the island. On the south-western tip you’ll find Pero lefts, Pero rights and Wainjapu, waves best surfed in the dry season. The south eastern side of the island has a mixed bag of waves perfect for beginners and more experienced surfers.
The star of the mid-southern coastline is definitely Nihi Sumna’s ‘occy’s left’: a perfect hollow left made famous after being torn to shreds by Mark Occhilupo in Jack McCoy’s film ‘Green iguana’ in 1995. Other activities on the island - kitesurf, horseriding, snorkeling, trekking and cul tural discovery amaze visi tors throughout the year.
SUMBA THE GREEN ISLAND
Indonesian government wants Sumba to become a model of sustainable development. Since 2010, they have stated the project Sumba Iconic Island - a bold and ambitious plan to showcase how people in a poor, isolated island can take on their own development, facilitated by a supply of 100% renewable energy.
The initiatives aiming at promoting Sumba as the destination for conscious tourism also arouse among the NGOs present at the island. The Sumba Hospitality foundation has launched in 2017 Sumba Tourism Council whose role will be to work with local authorities and tourism actors to promote the development sustainable tourism (ecoconceived hotels etc), and protect Sumba from the arrival of low-value mass tourism.