Stay in a Two-Story Tree House at This Incredible Surfer’s Paradise in Indonesia

In 1988, Petra and Claude Graves’s quest for the perfect wave led them to Sumba, an Indonesian island with one of Asia’s most consistent surf breaks. In 1998 they opened Nihiwatu, a surf resort tucked away among rice paddies, tropical flora, and a 1.5-mile beach ensconced by craggy headlands. Two years ago, the entrepreneurs Christopher Burch and James McBride acquired the resort, determined to develop the property into much more than a surf resort while preserving the area’s heritage and current culture. True…

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