From Paramaribo, we will travel by bus/car to Weg Naar Zee where we will visit a Hindu temple that serves as a place of pilgrimage for this group of Surinamese and the crematorium.
The next stop is Saramacca, where the people live from cattle breeding and the cultivation of rice and vegetables. You will visit Groningen, the capital of Saramacca, with the smallest square with the most monuments that exhibits the multicultural history of Suriname.
From Saramacca we cross the Coppename river to Boskamp where you can have a close-up demonstration of how the famous “warme vis” is prepared. Back in the day, this preserved method was used by smoking the fish to keep it longer. Until this day this method is still being used.
From Boskamp we will reach Coronie, known for the Coconut district. In the past, their livelihood was achieved through the cultivation of coconut. Coronie is also known for its beekeeping, pure honey, and waving coconut palms.