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Suriname Travel and Tourism

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Suriname , officially the Republic of Suriname, is a country in northern South America. Suriname is situated between French Guiana to the east and Guyana to the west. The southern border is shared with Brazil and the northern border is the Atlantic coast. The southernmost borders with French Guiana and Guyana are disputed along the Marowijne and Corantijn rivers, respectively; while a part of the disputed maritime boundary with Guyana was arbitrated by the United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea on September 20, 2007. Suriname is the smallest sovereign state in terms of area and population in South America. The country is the only Dutch-speaking region in the Western Hemisphere which is not a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Suriname is extremely diverse ethnically, linguistically, and religiously. By percentage, Muslims constitute 20% of Suriname, the highest percentage of Muslims in any country in the Americas. Suriname's geographical size is just under 165,000 km², which is four times the size of the Netherlands, and it has an estimated population of about 470,000 people. About a quarter of the population live on less than US$ 2 a day.

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Nature Reserves of Suriname - Paramaribo
Nature Reserves of Suriname Central Suriname Nature Reserve The Central Suriname Nature Reserve (CSNR) protects some of the most remote, ancient, and pristine wilderness on Earth. It comprises more than 1.6 million hectares of primary tropcial forest. The Reserve forms a corridor linking the three most important protected areas in central Suriname: the Raleighvallen Nature reserve in the north, and the Tafelberg and Eilerts de Hann Gebergte Nature Reserves in the central and southern portion of the corridor. The area —an area the size of New Jersey— protects the watershed of one of Suriname's most important river systems, the Coppename River, where there are countless varieties of flora and fauna, many of them endemic. The Raleighvallen Na...

Eat Food of Different Countries in Suriname - Paramaribo
Eat Food of Different Countries in Suriname Eat Because of the ethnic diversity there a variety of exotic food available. Indian (specially roti with chicken), Chinese, Javanese (Indonesian), Creole. Javanese Although Indonesian food might be appropriate, the Indonesian people we have in Suriname are mostly if not all from the island Java. And Java has its own cuisine which is different from Indonesian food. Furthermore as you might have guessed the food has evolved to a more Surinamese culture and is thus (very) different from food you'd find in Java. Nevertheless it tastes great and you should try it. The most popular places where you would find such food is in 'warung's' Lelydorp on your way from the airport to Paramaribo, or Blauwgrond in Paramaribo, a...

Events of Suriname - Paramaribo
Events of Suriname Most of Suriname's holidays and festivals follow the Hindu, Christian and Islamic religious calendars. The Hindu New Year's festival, Holi Phagwah, is held in March or April; Easter celebrations take place around the same time; and Eid ul-Fitr celebrates the end of Ramadan later in the year. New Year celebrations in Paramaribo are famous across the continent. This is vissa ('party' in Sranan Tongo) time in the capital and the main event of Surifesta - it runs from mid-December into the first week of January.

Get Information from the Tourist Information Center in Suriname - Paramaribo
Get Information from the Tourist Information Center in Suriname The Tourist Information Center in Paramaribo should be your first stop in Suriname for a free walking tour map and pamphlets on anything you might be interested in. The office includes a Conservation International (CI) exhibit of different ecotourism projects in the country. Suriname's dry seasons, from early February to late April and from mid-August to early December, are the best times for a visit. From March to July, several species of sea turtles come ashore to nest at Wia Wia and Galibi reserves - truly a sight to behold. Most travelers visit July through August, when prices slightly inflate.