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Bordering the forests of Guyana, French Guiana and Brazil, the southern and central section of Suriname is similarly forest-covered. The few tourist lodges are in isolated and remote spots. The southern mountains span a remote area that stretches across the whole of Suriname's southern border with Brazil, the contested south-western border with Guyana and south-eastern edge of French Guiana. Various small tribes including the Trio and Waro have united to form the larger community at Kwamalasamutu, close to the Kuruni river.

Our preferred accommodation

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    Awarradam Lodge

    Lodge/Hosteria - Awarradam
    A small lodge set on a peaceful island, with a bar, communal dining area and hammocks in which to relax. The staff are all from the local Maroon village and are so friendly, their warm welcome is unforgettable.
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    Palumeu Lodge

    Lodge/Hosteria - Palumeu
    A well run small Amerindian lodge in a tranquil setting on the banks of the River Tapanahoni with a manicured garden. The lodge has a communal eating area (with homely cooked traditional food)and bar with several hammocks.

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