Suriname, it is a country in South America. The capital of Suriname is Paramaribo.
Suriname can be divided into two main geographical regions: the coastal Netherlands in the north, tropical rainforests and savannas in the west and south. Fertile land stretches over several small mountains, the most important of which are De Hann and Van Asch Van Wijck. Suriname is home to the WJ van Bl zoom stone, one of the largest reservoirs in the world. Created by dams, it supplies many of the country's industries with hydropower. Suriname is home to the rivers and the main rivers include the Kopena, Kolantan, Gran, Lucy, Malovigne and Salamaca rivers.
Suriname is the smallest self-governing republic in South America. The country's region can be divided into two regions: the coastal areas in the northern lowlands where most of the population lives, the south is tropical rainforest and the sparse savannah along the Brazilian border. Julianatop is the highest mountain in the country with a height of 1286 m.
There are so many amazing places to visit in Suriname. It is a combination of tropical rainforests, roaring rivers, Dutch colonial history and a rich ethnic diversity. Divide your time between the lush, unrestricted inner jungle and the lively, modern city with shopping, great restaurants and fantastic night spots. The Commewijne River is named after the Commewijne Mountains in the north of Suriname. The river can be explored by boat, bike or car. The river is surrounded by Suriname's old colonial coffee plantations. Palmentuin is Dutch and means palm garden. The garden is located just behind the Suriname Presidential Palace and keeps you away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It was ordered by Suriname's first governor of the Netherlands, and around 1,000 royal palms were planted in the 17th century. Pepperport Nature Park is located on 800 hectares of land in the capital of Suriname. The park is located on the banks of the Suriname River, a former coffee and cocoa plantation known as a pepper shaker.