Twice the size of Bali, the island of Sumba sits in the south of the Indonesian archipelago. With traditionally built villages, magnificently woven fabrics renowned throughout the world, and unspoiled beaches, Sumba is the most authentic and the least well-known of the Indonesian islands.

Visit Wunga, the island’s original village, where the remarkable architecture of tri-level houses accommodates ancestors and livestock as well as families. Learn to make a traditional welcome drink, and the ceremonies involved in the burial of a king.

Instructor/Host: Fraser Macnaught
Video Language: French & English