Suriname is a small country located in the northeastern corner of South America. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, Guyana, and Brazil, Suriname is one of the smallest countries in the world. Despite its small size, Suriname is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. Suriname's population is a mix of African, East Indian, Chinese, Dutch, and indigenous peoples. This diversity is reflected in Suriname's food, music, and art.
Suriname was colonized by the Dutch in the 1600s. Suriname remained a Dutch colony until 1975 when it gained independence. Since independence, Suriname has been governed by a military dictatorship, a democratically elected government, and a military-backed government.
Despite its political instability, Suriname is a relatively safe and stable country. Crime rates are low and the economy is growing. Suriname's main industries are agriculture, fishing, and mining. Suriname is also a major producer of gold.
If you're looking for a unique and culturally diverse travel destination, Suriname is the place for you.