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Despite being the smallest country in South America, Suriname is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the region due to the melting pot of cultures including descendants of African slaves,
Indian and Javanese workers brought by the Dutch, Chinese and White communities. As a result, it has a lot of diverse traditions, celebrations, religions, languages, and customs.
Brokopondo, Nieuw Nickerie, Lelydorp and Meerzorg
Republic of Suriname
165,000 km2 (64,000 sq mi)
Mining, agriculture, and shrimp fishing
The climate of Suriname is hot and humid. Its average temperature ranges from 84°F to 93°F (29°C to 34°C). It has two dry seasons, from August to November and February to April.
Meet Our Local Team
Our presence and infrastructure allow us to offer on the ground support through our expert team who is locally present — living and breathing the local culture.
They will assist you every step on the way throughout the relocation process.
Suriname has a lot to offer, from Dutch sugar plantations, and virgin rainforests to colonial buildings and a wide range of unique fauna and flora. A few of the most iconic landmarks and tourist spots include: Galibi Coppename Nature Reserve, Commewijne River, Brownsberg Nature Park, Joden Savanne, Arya Dewaker, St Peter and St Paul Cathedral, Onafhankelijkheidsplein and Mariënburg