Landscape

Brokopondo Stuwmeer

Just about hundred kilometers south of Paramaribo you will find the largest man-made lake in Suriname, also called the ‘Brokopondo stuwmeer’. This hydroelectricity water reservoir ...
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Conserving the ‘Green Gold’

Suriname is proud to be the most forested country in the world. 93% of its territory is covered by primarily pristine forest with a very ...
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Commewijne Bike Path

Great boost for North Commewijne's tourism development with the restoration of the historical bike path. Entrepreneurs and residents of North Commewijne are getting ready for ...
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Mangroves

Mangroves are trees that live in two worlds One foot on land and the other in the sea. Mangroves thrive along intertidal coastlines of the ...
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Apetina

Imagine a quiet village on a gentle hill Roofs mostly made of palm leaves, some zinc ones in between, widely spread underneath big trees. Smoke ...
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Birdbased Tourism

Bird-based tourism is growing so fast. According to one study, “Bird watching is reported as being the fastest growing outdoor activity in America,” while another ...
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Braamspunt

It is almost that time of the year again, sea turtles come from miles away to lay their eggs on the shores of Suriname. Together ...
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Brownsberg Nature Park

Brownsberg Nature Park is a nature reserve in Suriname and covers 6000 hectare of rainforest. The site measures 12,000 ha and is located in the district of Brokopondo around 130 km ...
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Fabian’s Adventure

I am Fabian Vas and I wish to welcome you to the fantastic expedition that I was just on. The destination was the Kasikasima Mountain, ...
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Gran Rio

Suriname has one of the few maroon populations in the Western Hemisphere, apart from a very tiny population in the mountains of Jamaica, and a ...
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