Menupeu Tanah Daru

One of the main national parks in Sumba is the Sumba Manupeu Tanah Daru National Park which is made up of towering hills that soar up to 600 meters in height.

The park teems with flora and fauna including 118 types of rare plants and 87 different species of birds.

Of these you will also find 7 indigenous species including the Sumba flycatcher, apricot-crested sunbird, and the Sumba green pigeon.

There are also Sumba hornbills that live in the park as well as an amazing 57 species of colorful butterflies meaning that nature lovers won’t be disappointed on a trip here.

Some spots to look out for in the park include the Matayangu Waterfall and Waimanu Village.