Save the world: go surfing in Sumba

Located in Eastern Indonesia, Sumba island is popular among surfers for its crashing waves and it’s also a managed beach, meaning only 10 surfers at a time. For those big on nature, you’ll love trekking through rural villages and butterfly trails to get to breath-taking waterfalls.  

While there, check yourself into the 21-villas Nihiwatu resorts that’s situated on the beach itself and flanked by picturesque cliffs. They’ve also recently launched a pretty solid deal that lets you stay for five nights at the price of four and it’s includes all meals, sea activities like snorkelling and stand-up paddle boarding, yoga classes as well as trips to local Subanese villages, treks or mountain biking.

Villas start at US$900 ($1,227) a night and all proceeds go to preserving the island and supporting the locals. You’ve got until Mar 31 to make your bookings, head here to book. This is valid for stays from Apr 9-Jun 15, 2015.