South America - Suriname (PDF Chapter)
This is the Suriname chapter from Lonely Planet’s South America guidebook.
South America’s smallest country, Suriname is a warm, dense convergence of rivers that thumps with the lively rhythm of ethnic diversity. From Paramaribo, the country’s effervescent Dutch-colonial capital, to the fathomless jungles of the interior, you’ll get a genuine welcome.
- explore Maroon culture, swim in jungle rivers and relax along the epic waterways of vast Upper Suriname River
- drive through jungle and savanna, then canoe to Raleighvallen, to huge Central Suriname Nature Reserve
- stroll along Paramaribo’s Unesco-listed waterfront lined with Dutch colonial architecture and superb restaurants
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes:, Paramaribo, Commewijne River, Upper Suriname River, Brownsberg Nature Reserve & Brokopondo, Central Suriname Nature Reserve, Nieuw Nickerie, Galibi & Coppename Nature Reserves, Understand Suriname, Suriname Today, Histo-ry, Culture, Environment, Survival Guide.
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