Nihi Sumba in Indonesia has so far survived the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Nihi Sumba/Jason Childs Nihi Sumba in Indonesia has so far survived the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Nihi Sumba/Jason Childs
Nihi Sumba in Indonesia has so far survived the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Nihi Sumba/Jason Childs
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Indonesian Instagram influencers swimming with horses gave remote luxury resort hope amid the coronavirus lockdown. With travel ban it’s back to survival mode

  • The US$1,500-a-night Nihi Sumba resort on a remote island lost its customers when Indonesia closed its borders early last year
  • Nihi Sumba cut back staff, increased recycling and efficiency, and was surviving on a quarter of its usual income until new Covid-19 curbs came in

Topic |   Asia travel
Nihi Sumba in Indonesia has so far survived the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Nihi Sumba/Jason Childs Nihi Sumba in Indonesia has so far survived the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Nihi Sumba/Jason Childs
Nihi Sumba in Indonesia has so far survived the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Nihi Sumba/Jason Childs
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