Manager and owner of Pejego tours. She studied law in Suriname. Looks European but she is 100% Surinamese and can talk for hours about her beloved country Suriname. She loves to travel and her favorite sentence is then: ‘Can we also do this in Suriname?’ Surinamese love food and talk about food, while eating! Tania's favorite food is 'Moksi Alesi' this is a creole dish that can be purchased at Riverside bar/restaurant (lunch time) near Broki, Waterkant in Paramaribo.
Your host and problem solver in Suriname. He is famous for his Turtle and Dolphin tours ‘No Dolphins, money back, is his motto!’
Raoul's favorite food is an indian dish called 'Roti' that can be purchased at Krish roti shop (lunch time), Kwattaweg in Paramaribo.
Our photographer and IT guy. In charge of all the IT related issues and responsible for most of the pictures on our website. Jerry's favorite food is a Indonesian dish called 'Beef Sate' from warung Rena, Blauwgrond in Paramaribo.
Our mascot lives on Stone Island and is in charge of your ‘Wake Up’ call. His favorite food is fresh worms....
“The tour was impressive, interesting and magnificent. (I did not think before that it would be so amazing). The guides were Superb!”
“The tour was Excellent. The depth of experiences was phenomenal and I still think of Suriname almost every day - even though it's been months since I returned home. The guides were all very impressive in their knowledge of natural and cultural history and showed true passion for sharing that knowledge. Very resourceful in the face of problems. Patient with our many questions. Willing to share their own lives/perspectives. Great humour. A genuine interest in their guests. Worked hard to understand our expectations and to meet or exceed those expectations. The dug-out canoe was very adventurous. It was nice to travel the way the locals do, rather than on purpose-made tourist boats.”
“Suriname has many facets. Friendly and helpful people. Luckily Suriname is not yet overcrowded with tourist, it has its charm and is very original. Despite different origins, people get on well with each other.”
“The accommodations were good, clean, tidy and safe and the staff friendly and helpful. Because I travel alone, I pay extra for the one-person room and on this trip the rooms were definitely worth the extra charge. In addition, I was also very pleased with the apartment in Paramaribo, near Joosje Roti shop where they have delicious and cheap food. Highlights for me were Danpaati on the Suriname river, the cycling tour from Paramaribo to Pepperpot, Frederiksdorp and Nickerie with the excursion on the Bigi Pan lake. I would definitely recommend an overnight stay on the lake and a visit to the Saamaka Museum, in Pikin Slee.”
The World Bank and Conservation International stated that
Suriname, is the most greenest country on earth with over 94% forest coverage and 500.000 inhabitants. It is also full of fascinating traces of the past. Slaves from Africa, contracters from India & Java, English & Dutch conquerers and architecture, Jewish, Chinese and Libanese traders, all is mixed into one. Suriname has also two Unesco World Heritage Sites and in Paramaribo a Mosque is located adjacent to a Synagogue, is this not a sign of great tolerance between religions?
Spending your holidays in Suriname will give you a lifetime experience!
So start dreaming and give us a call.....