Anaula Nature Resort is located in the Upper Suriname area on an island in the Ferulasi momentum. During your stay you can relax, but also take part in various activities such as cultural workshops, forest walks, canoe trips and a visit to the local population. We invite you for an unforgettable nature - and culture experience. Our virgin Amazon rainforest, turbulent rapids, beautiful flora and fauna, idyllic islands and the fascinating Maroon culture, let you experience unreal!
In the middle of the tropical rainforest, about 350 km south of Paramaribo, and only surround by the unspoiled nature of the Amazon and some small villages you will findDanpaati River Lodge.
Danpaati River Lodge is situated on an Island where you will enjoy the peace, the versatile activities and the beautiful nature and culture. Danpaati is built in traditional architectural styles of the Upper Suriname area.
The accommodations are located on the river or forest side, and all have two single beds, a private shower / toilet, electricity, a porch and mosquito nets.
Awarradam Jungle Lodge & Spa, was built by a number of local villagers. This small idyllic island, hidden in the Amazon rainforest, at the foot of the Awarradam rapids, lies at a distance of a half hour by boat from the last village in the living area of the Saramaccans, the largest Maroon community in Suriname. The Maroons are descendents from slaves who fled from the plantations and managed to establish living communities in the Amazon rainforest.
Palumeu Jungle Lodge, close to an Amerindian village bearing the same name, is situated along the upper Tapanahony River, in the midst of the Amazon rainforest. This is an ideal holiday resort for nature lovers. The walk and climb to “Poti Hill”, which offers a breathtaking view over the river and mountaintops of the southern part of Suriname, beneath, will remain in your memory forever.
Jungle Resort Pingpe is a small resort, located on the Boven-Suriname River. From the resort you are directly involved in the daily life of the Saramaccaners (a tribal community), which for an important part takes place along the banks of the river. In these surroundings the villagers have preserved their authentic lifestyle. During your journey to Jungle Resort Pingpe you will therefore witness and experience the authentic interior of Suriname.
This 4 day tour to the Blanche Marie Waterfalls in Suriname runs with 4-wheel drive cars through unspoiled rainforest to one of Suriname's most beautiful and largest waterfalls. A visit to the indigenous village Washabo, is on the program. The impressive Blanche Marie Falls are more than 300 km southwest of Paramaribo. It is one of the largest waterfalls in Suriname with a massive water displacement.
6000 ha in size, this nature reserve gives you the opportunity to get to know and enjoy the flora and fauna of the Suriname Rainforest. From the mountain enjoy a breath-taking view of the environment and the imposing van Blommenstein Lake. The nature park is home to a variety of monkeys who you will see or hear during the hikes through the forest and to the idyllic waterfalls. The park is renowned for its biodiversity: a variety of more than 1,450 plants and 300 bird species!
Raleigh Falls is a nature reserve covering an area of 78.170 hectares, located on the Coppename River. The reserve is internationally known for the large variety of monkeys and the 400 bird species, living in that area. The beautiful waterfalls and the Voltzberg reaching 150 meters above the treetops are renowned.
Discover the principle districts in the Suriname coastal area! From Paramaribo towards the west - through Saramacca and Coronie – to Nickerie. Enjoy the culture, the pureness and tranquillity. Visit the Bigi Pan Nature Reserve, where you will be amazed by the unique flora and fauna.
Paramaribo (the capital of Suriname), featuring numerous wooden buildings of unique architecture and a variety of hospitable ethnic groups, living together in harmony. First our guide will take you on a bus ride along the most prominent historic locations in the city center and then he will take you to visit other hot spots in different suburbs.
Spotting dolphins in the area where the Suriname and Commewijne Rivers merge. Enjoy the breathtaking sunset while savouring local snacks served by plantation inhabitants. This boat trip in a traditional Surinamese tent-boat provides the ultimate opportunity to relax and become re-energized.
This tour through the District of Commewijne will take you to Bakkie, a little village close to the former plantation “Reynsdorp”. At Bakkie, you will visit the museum and enjoy the drive behind a tractor along the citrus plantation at Alliance. After a nice lunch, the program continues by boat: with a visit to an old sugar factory and bird watching.
The Brownsberg Nature Reserve covers 6000 hectare of unspoiled land. In one day you will become acquainted with the major share of the flora and fauna the Suriname rainforest has to offer. A hike through the forest and down the hills will lead you to the most idyllic waterfalls.
Lay back and relax on our cozy and comfortable tour boat the “Bosrokoman” while we sail the district of Commewijne. Very popular and the main way to enjoy Commewijne is sightseeing by boot while visiting some beautiful former plantations. Plantation Johan and Margaretha, Rust and Werk, and Frederiksdorp are some of the highlights of this tour.
Back in the 17th century Jodensavanne was the largest Jewish settlement in the Western Hemisphere.
The ruins of the synagogue are still silent witnesses of this turbulent period. Together with 3 cemeteries in the area these are the monumental highlights of this tour. The rich history of graves manufactured with exquisite materials, ornaments and inscriptions in Dutch, Spanish Hebrew and Portuguese will truly amaze you.