The island of Sumba is home to a unique religion that dates to the Bronze Age and is represented by megalithic tombs, indigenous art, and soaring thatched roof houses that connect the present world to the spiritual one. In Ate Dalo, the lives of villagers run according to the rhythms of sacred ceremonies and the words of local shamans. Here, you will experience a long-preserved culture, including traditional fishing, ikat weaving, and Sumbanese sandalwood horse riding. Sumba is an hour by plane from Bali, with daily flights out of Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar. Below please find our boutique hotels on Sumba.