The smallest sovereign country in South America covers an area of 163,820 km². It borders on the Atlantic Ocean in the north, French-Guyana in the east, Brazil in the south and Guyana in the west. Although Suriname doesn’t appear to be a classic holiday destination at first glance, it has a year-round tropical climate, an expansive rainforest and many interesting opportunities for European travellers. Suriname used to be a Dutch colony – it gained its independence in 1975 ...
Dr. Ralf Pastleitner
Tim Van Severen