Adventurous Suriname with cute sloths in the jungle and traces of Dutch settlement in a tropical climate are an ideal combination for an unforgettable experience with teens. Go kayaking, quad riding, spot Dolphins, Sea turtles, and sloths. Go bike riding through plantations, sleep in a hammock, bath in the river, experience the maroon culture and hike the Voltz mountain.
If you want to mingle among the locals, go to one of the many markets of Paramaribo. People come here to buy their daily necessities. Tania, born and bred in Paramaribo, takes along to 7 nicest (Sunday) markets in Suriname. She will also give you practical tips and addresses!
Suriname is rich in various cultures, therefore, you can find food from all over the world! Taste Creole, Hindustani, Javanese and Chinese dishes. Be enticed by Maroon and Amerindian! Wiggle your hips after a glass of Casiri (cassava beer) made by the Amerindians!
The Pejego Tours’ team is crazy about delicious food and what is nicer than taste new fruits in an exotic country? The Guiana Shield has all kinds of fruits that you do not know yet. The local guide takes you along different local markets to taste. Does not matter if you are in French Guyana, Suriname or Guyana. Because of the same weather we have almost the same fruits although with other names. On the Sunday markets, such as the Kwatta, Tourtonne, Saoena market you can find different kinds of ripe fruits such as bananas, mangos and much more ready to eat. My favorite fruits in Suriname are mangos and papaya, and the ones coming from my dad's garden are the best! And nothing tastes better on a hot sunny day than a cold fresh coconut in the Guianas!
Wherever you want to go in the Guianas,
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