Dolphin Tour

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.

Dolphin Spotting
A visit to Plantation Johan en Margaretha
Beautiful Sunset
Local snacks at Johan en Margaretha


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Paramaribo City Tour

Paramaribo (the capital of Suriname), featuring numerous wooden buildings of unique architecture and a variety of hospitable ethnic groups, living together in harmony. Our guide will take you on a stroll along the most prominent historic locations in the city center and you will get acquainted with the rich history behind the wooden facades.

A visit to an UNESCO World Heritage site
A visit to the cathedral, the largest wooden building in South America
A visit to a unique sight: a synagogue next to a mosque
A visit to Fort Zeelandia (Surinamese museum)*
A visit to the Independence Square

*includes is guided tour, if the museum is open


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Commewijne River Cruise

The Commewijne River cruise is a historical boat trip on the Commewijne River with the main attraction being a visit to Plantation Frederiks Dorp to admire the most beautiful restored plantation houses. We also visit Fort Nieuw Amsterdam, an open air museum and other plantations. On the way back there is an opportunity for dolphin spotting.

A boat trip on the Suriname- and Commewijne River
Dolphin spotting
A visit to beautifully restored plantation “Frederiks Dorp”
A visit to a Fort Nieuw Amsterdam, an open air museum.
A visit to plantation “Rust en Werk”



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