From the beach side, we will continue our journey to West-Sumba. We will stop at one of the many nice villages in the Lamboya & Wanokaka district, called Waigali. Waigali is a village located on top of a hill where we can see a spectacular view. With one of the oldest villages that is still very much alive in Sumba, we will get to know the island better and better. After the village visit, we will make our way to Marosi beach. This long, white sandy beach is a very nice place to have a relaxing and quiet walk on the beach. Like many beaches in Sumba, it is very likely that you will have this beach for yourself. Nearby Marosi Beach, there is Kerewee beach. Kerewee is an amazing place to drink and eat a fresh coconut which the locals will offer you. The magical big rocks in the water are making this beach unique. Believe it or not but there is another beautiful beach nearby which is a must-see if you are nearby. The beach of Watubela is just 15 minutes of walking from Kerewee beach. You will see a lot of coconut trees when you are heading towards the beach. At arrival, you will immediately have a fantastic panoramic view. When you get on the beach, you can enjoy this beautiful place with blue water, a big wall of yellow rocks and the big flat grey rocks in the middle of the beach where you can have a view from above. This beach also has a secret cave. Try to find it when you are there and be amazed about the large cave it would show you with an opening towards the sea.
Accommodation: Morika In Hotel – Waikabubak / similar