Suriname is a small country which has a warm, compact convergence of rivers with a lively rhythm of ethical density. The country is filled with an abundance of national parks and reserves which have flora or fauna in them. Tourists who visit Suriname like to go to the Central Suriname Nature Reserve where the Raleigh waterfall and mount Voltzberg can be found. The Brownsberg Nature Park which is houses the Brokopondo Reservoir, one of the largest man-made lakes in the world, also piques the interest of tourists. While in the country, you can also munch on one of the sumptuous cuisines which are on offer in the country. There seem to be activities to be done all through your stay in the country.
Presently, over 200,000 foreigners find their way into Suriname each year. It is expected that the more people discover the country as a tourist destination, the more the people are likely to visit the country.
Nationals of Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Brazil, Philippines, Gambia, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, South Korea, etc may enter Suriname without a visa.