Suriname visa requirements for Angolans

Travel and visa requirements

Surinamer Visa is not required for Angolans

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  • Citizens of Angola travelling to Suriname can apply for an electronic visa for a period of 90 days.
  • Angolan passports must be valid for the period of stay in the country.
  • Visitors should provide a blank page on their passports for entry stamps.
  • A copy of ticket showing entry and departure from Suriname is also required.
  • Visitors are required to provide a Yellow Fever certificate of vaccination at the port of entry into the country.
  • Pet animals, including wildlife, must be accompanied by an official certificate of veterinary health that is issued in the home country not be more than 2 weeks before departure.
  • All travellers are not required to pay any airport tax upon departing from the airport.
  • Importation of local currency is allowed up to 150 SRD (Suriname Dollar) and for foreign currencies not higher than 10,000 USD.
  •  Import of ammunition, firearms and other weapons requires an import licence.
  • Residents must have proof of ownership if returning with personal properties such as bicycles, tape recorders, photo cameras and video cameras (with article numbers).
  • Meat and its products, all fruits except for moderate amounts imported from the Netherlands for personal use, coffee, cacao, fish, bulbs, vegetables, plants, rice, roots are prohibited from entering Suriname.
  • Suriname has a very hot and wet tropical climate, and temperatures do not vary much throughout the year
  • In Suriname, the power plugs and sockets are of type A, B, C and F. The standard voltage is 110 / 220 V and the standard frequency is 60 Hz.
  • The year has two wet seasons from April to August and from November to February. It also has two dry seasons, from August to November and February to April.
  • The Surinamese populace is characterized by its high level of diversity, wherein no particular demographic group constitutes a majority.
  • A large proportion of Surname’s population practice Christianity followed by Hindu, Islam,  Winti and Javanism.
  • Dutch is the sole official language of Suriname and is the language of education, government, business, and the media.
  • The national capital, Paramaribo, is by far the dominant urban area, accounting for nearly half of Suriname's population.
  • Owing to the country's multicultural heritage, Suriname celebrates a variety of distinct ethnic and religious festivals.
  • Suriname, along with neighbouring Guyana, is one of only two countries on the mainland South American continent that drive on the left, although many vehicles are left-hand drive as well as right-hand drive
  • Most tourists visit Suriname for the biodiversity of the Amazonian rain forests in the south of the country, which are noted for their flora and fauna.
  • Other attractions include plantations such as Laarwjk, which is situated along the Suriname River.
  • The estimated flight time from Angola to Suriname is 10 hours, 59 minutes.
  • Suriname uses the Suriname Time zone (GMT-3), hence, Angola is 4 hours ahead of Suriname.

Frequently Asked Questions


Are there waterfalls in Suriname?

There are also many waterfalls throughout the country. Raleighvallen, or Raleigh Falls, is a 56,000-hectare (140,000-acre) nature reserve on the Coppename River rich in bird life. Also, are the Blanche Marie Falls on the Nickerie River and the Wonotobo Falls.


Is it safe to visit Suriname?
Crime rates continue to rise in Paramaribo and armed robberies are not uncommon. exercise normal precautions while visiting the country.

What is the capital of Suriname?

Paramaribo is the capital and largest city of Suriname, located on the banks of the Suriname River in the Paramaribo District. Paramaribo has a population of roughly 241,000 people which is almost half of Suriname's population.