Central Suriname Nature Reserve Vacations
Paramaribo, which is the national capital, is situated 130 miles (209 kilometers) northeast of Central Suriname Nature Reserve.
Curious travelers will love getting further off the tourist trail by exploring the other towns, cities and attractions in the vicinity of Central Suriname Nature Reserve.
If you need to escape the elements, make a beeline for Suriname's history museums and palaces. These are ideal places to learn a little about the local culture and find a special souvenir. Tourists in Suriname often go to the region's open-air museums, gardens and open-air markets.
Ensure you pack comfortable shoes and join a knowledgeable guide for one of the fascinating cycling tours. There are some great ways for thrill seekers to get active in the outdoors around Central Suriname Nature Reserve. Mountain climbing and hiking are just two popular ways thrill seekers here can get their fix.
Taste the cuisine of Suriname by trying out the food that is eaten here. You'll see that rice and plantains are often-used elements of typical local foods. Favorite local dishes are pom (chicken) and pastei (creole style chicken pot pie), but of course there are many other tasty dishes for real food lovers. Bakbana (fried plantain with peanut sauce) is a common dessert. Taste a mauby (made from bark), an alcohol-free Suriname drink that is very common in this region.
As your holiday here comes to close, bid Suriname a teary "Dag"