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The island of Sumba, Indonesia

Only a 50-minute flight from Bali, the island of Sumba lies in the east of Indonesia’s archipelago, the largest set of islands in the world. Part of the East Nusa Tenggara province, Sumba is one of the closest Indonesian islands to Australia and lies within the Wallacea ecozone, giving it a mixture of plants and animals of Asian and Australasian origin. This largely untouched island is seeing strong tourism growth due to its uncrowded waves, empty white sand beaches, unique inland adventures, and striking, largely unexplored natural setting.

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