National Park-Land Manupeu Daru is representative of spring forest-lowland bullets left in Sumba. Most of the forest area in the national park of steep cliffs, which emerged from the sea surface to a height of 600 meters.
National Park-Land Manupeu Daru have high-value species diversity that is around 118 species of plants including suren (Toona sureni), taduk (Sterculia foetida), kesambi (Schleichera oleosa), Pulai (Alstonia scholaris), acid (Tamarindus indica), walnut (Aleurites moluccana), forest jambu (Syzygium sp.), mountain pine (Casuarina sp.), and lantana (Lantana camara).
Creatures that exist in this park as many as 87 bird species including 7 species of cockatoo endemic to the island of Sumba chrysolite (Cacatua sulphurea citrinocristata), looming Sumba (Rhyticeros everetti), Sumba pigeon (Treron teysmannii), sweep Sumba (Ficedula harterti), orioles- sungu Sumba (Coracina dohertyi), and honey Sumba (Nectarinia buettikoferi). Bird and parrot looming sumba chrysolite is the most rare birds and endangered species, especially on the island of Sumba.
National Park Manupeu Daru-Land has 57 species of butterflies including seven endemic to the island of Sumba is Papilio neumoegenii, Ideopsis oberthurii, Delias fasciata, Junonia adulatrix, Athyma karita, Sumalia Chilo, and Elimnia amoena.
Manupeu-Tanah Daru recently designated as a National Park, so the facility for visitors is still very limited. The facilities available in the form of homestay is run by people around the park.