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Details: Suriname

Friday, February 18, 2011; 2:56 PM

Getting there

US Airways offers connecting flights from Reagan National and BWI Marshall to Paramaribo, Suriname, with fares starting at $823 round trip.

Where to Stay

Hotel la Petite Maison

Waterkant 4

011-597-47-54-66

www.hotellapetitemaison.com

Charming hotel on the waterfront. Rooms from $75 a night.

Royal Torarica

Kleine Waterstraat 10

011-597-47-35-00

www.royaltorarica.com

Larger hotel in the center of town. Rooms from $140 a night.

Where to eat

Zus & Zo

Grote Combeweg 13A

011-597-52-09-05

www.zusenzosuriname.com

European and Surinamese food served in a casual atmosphere. Entrees start at $6.

De Waag

Waterkant 5

011-597-47-45-14

Italian food served in a beautiful old building on the waterfront. Entrees from $24.

What to do

Suriname Jungle & Adventure Tours

Wagenwegstraat 58

011-597-8-476-299

Private day tour of Jodensavanne with guide Robby Odit and driver, $95 per person. E-mail for info at jungleader@yahoo.com.

Bob Telles, tour guide

011-597-475-276

Contact Bob by phone or e-mail (bobsuriguide@yahoo.com) to make private arrangements for a trip to Jodensavanne. Group tours for $130 per person, including driver and guide, can be combined with an overnight trip elsewhere in the interior.

Access Travel Tours

Prinsessenstraat 37

011-597- 424-533

www.surinametravel.com

Hike in Brownsberg National Park to see the beautiful waterfalls, rain forest and amazing wildlife. One-day trip $81, two days $208.

Information

www.surinametourism.com

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