Welcome to Suriname!

Green. Small. Mixed Culture.

This is South America’s smallest country. Suriname is a diverse country made up of lush green countryside, a clever river/canal system (thanks to the Dutch) and relaxed people. Its population is a mix of Dutch and British colonists, Indonesian, Chinese, Indian, descendents of escaped African slaves and the indigenous Amerindians. This cultural mix of people offers a delicious cuisine. From Paramaribo, the country’s interesting Dutch-colonial capital, to the epic interior of the jungle, the welcome to visitors here is genuine.

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Travel Guides

How to Get From Georgetown to Paramaribo

Very little information is available online about how to get from Georgetown to Paramaribo, from Guyana to Suriname.

The border is relatively easy, however, transport options between these two countries are not very regular so you need to arrange your transport in advance.