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I CHOOSE ME: Children in the Suriname Amazon - Documentary

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Amazon Jungle Expedition in Suriname Rainforest ( Part III )

Jungle expedition in the Amazon. The daily impressions and routine of making a jungle camp in the Amazon rainforest and hiking through the jungle. This video was made in Surinam, along the Gran Rio river next to the Maria Dam. You can hear the sound of the rapids ( Sula's ) in the background.
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Amazon Jungle Expedition in Suriname Rainforest ( Part II )

Jungle trekking expedition in the Amazon / Surinam. Along the Gran Rio close to Maupe Dam and Stonpoortoe. Eating and hunting for Agouti and Black currasow ( Boshaas en Boskip ). Hiking through dense rainforest, building camp and cooking.

4:49 Drinking from Water Vine
5:46 Preparing Agouti ( forest rabbit or boshaas)

Sensi Majokko was our great leading guide!
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Visiting the Amazon Rainforest in Suriname

Suriname is probably the most bizarre country I've ever been to. It's culturally and geographically unique - I did lots of cool things including cayman spotting in the Amazon, visiting the Maroon villages and drinking parbo on the waterkant.
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Suriname: A Simple Freedom (Sea Change - Chapter 5)

Suriname isn't flashy, and for outsiders it can be intimidating. Sailors coming inland are met with rusty metal scrap in the waters and sparse surroundings that don't give much indication of this little nation's true nature. It took a little time and searching, but we were introduced to what Suriname is hiding just behind the trees.

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World's Most Dangerous Roads - Surinam, Gold Fever

Barely half a million people. To get from one village to another, you don't take the road but the river ... and its capricious streams. Suriname has another name: Dutch Guyana. Before 1975 it was a Dutch colony with its slaves. Their descendants are still there, they work for the gold diggers.

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I LOST IT! - TRAVEL VLOG 433 SURINAME | ENTERPRISEME TV

One of the rare times I really lost it! Just got used to the catcalling but this one guy pushed it too far so I lost it.
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Accessible only by boat: How the law around the Amazon works

For 13 years now, Judge Sueli Pini has been travelling from the provincial capital Macapá to the remote villages on the Amazon Delta every two months.

To this day the Brazilian state doesn’t know exactly how many people live on the Amazon because many of them have no passport or birth certificate. They live in remote hamlets and villages where there are no roads. To the authorities, these people are invisible: they have no access to social services, to the health care system or to the justice system. It is as if they didn’t even exist. “These people were simply ignored and forgotten by the Brazilian state for many years,” judge Sueli Pini explains. With her justice boat she brings a wide range of state services to the population of the North Amazon region. The steam boat houses a court with public prosecutor, bailiffs and public defenders, a team of doctors with a dentist, a doctor, nurses, and a passport office with civil servants and ID card forms.

Judge Sueli Pini has to fight for all her tours: “The cultural divide is even bigger than the geographical divide we have to bridge. Most of my colleagues and superiors have never been here, so they cannot appreciate how important our tours are for the locals and for the Brazilian state.” So far she has been able to prevail – and thus make her contribution to protecting the inhabitants of the rainforest.
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AMAZON FOOD in Suriname + Island Hotel Tour & Caimans | Isadou Island, Suriname

My epic travels through Suriname continued after I arrived on Isadou Island, where I tried some delicious Amazonian food, took a tour of the island and hotel, and got to see some of the local wildlife! Come along with me as my Surinamese adventures in the Amazon continue!

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Isadou Island is located about five hours south of the capital of Paramaribo. It’s a resort island in the middle of the Suriname River. It’s extremely beautiful and kind of reminded me of my time in the San Blas Islands in Panama. There are 28 bungalows on the island. Three of them have two beds, while the others have four beds. You can also eat there and even take a bath in the river!

My afternoon on the island began with me giving a tour of my bungalow. The toilet, sink, and shower are right there as soon as you enter! Past them is a room with two beds with mosquito netting over them. There’s a small terrace with a couple of chairs and a hammock outside, which looks out at the river!

Then I went to get some lunch with my friend and guide Imro from Jenny Tours. Lunch consisted of rice, green beans, some vegetables, chicken, and cucumber. The green beans were amazing! They were so tasty and earthy. The bitter melon greens was like a soupy, spicy coleslaw. The chicken was also fantastic and had a sweet and delicious, Asian-inspired marinade on it. All of the food is grown and raised locally!

Then, Imro went to go jump in the river. There’s an area with flowing water where you can avoid anaconda, caiman, and piranhas. There was a long sunshower happening, but it was OK. I debated whether I should join him! Instead, I went to an observation deck with 3 hammocks overlooking the river. This island is so sick!

At six o’clock, you put your mosquito net down over your bed. Then it was time for dinner!

On our way to dinner, Imro showed me a cacao tree and a calabash tree. It would just be the two of us because we were the only ones there. I was hoping to see some caiman at night after dinner.

We went back to the open-air dining hall, where we had some beer. I had a Guinness Foreign Extra stout. Then, a woman arrived carrying our dinner on her head!

Dinner consisted of casaba soup with rice and chicken. I’d never had it before, so I couldn’t wait to try it! It was super thick and the casaba reminded me of yuca. I think they’re the same thing! It came with a huge chili pepper. I scooped out the seeds and mixed them into the soup, which made it really spicy! The food was so good!

After dinner, we waited a bit to go out to see the caiman, which come out around 8:30 p.m. At 9 p.m., we headed out into the pitch dark. There was no light pollution, so we could see the stars really well! We headed to the boat at the dock and put spotlights on our heads.

Going out on the river was such an awesome adventure. We saw a swallow and a caiman, which disappeared right away. I could see eyes reflecting the light from my spotlight. We spotted a big caiman in the bush. We saw 3 caiman in total, including a 5-foot-long monster!

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My Expat Diary - Exploring Suriname (Paramaribo & Dag van de Inheemsen) Raw Travel Vlog 2018

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Suriname

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Back in July of 2019, I spent 11 amazing days traveling around the diverse South American country of Suriname. These are the top 10 places you must visit in Suriname!

1. Paramaribo
Suriname’s capital and largest city. It’s a cosmopolitan melting pot where you can find a rich, colonial past and cuisines that range from Chinese to African to Indonesian to Indian to Dutch. You can also find accommodations for every budget!

2. Tamanredjo
A small town between Paramaribo and Albina. Most of its people are Javanese, and you can find incredible Indonesian chicken, fried banana, rice, and beans, at Warung Lenny’s restaurant in town.

3. Galibi
A small village located at the meeting place of the Maroni River and the Atlantic Ocean. There, you can find lots of outstanding seafood and, between February and June, you can find nesting sea turtles!

4. Brownsweg/Ston Eiland
A town about 80 miles south of Paramaribo, near Brownsberg Nature Park and the Brokopondo Reservoir. The reservoir and surrounding forest offers jungle treks, Howler Monkey Island, and fishing for piranha, and you can find Surinamese barbecue in town!

5. Atjoni
A tiny port village that provides transportation to villages along the Upper Surinamese river. Here, you can grab some Indonesian-inspired food at the riverside restaurant and take a boat ride to Isadou Island.

6. Isadou Island
A small river island in the Upper Suriname River that is home to the Isadou Resort. You can also enjoy delicious jungle food, take treks in the forest, take a dip in the river, search for caiman at night, and visit nearby Jaw Jaw village!

7. Browns-Mountain
A 500-meter-tall mountain in Brownsberg Nature Reserve near Brokopondo Reservoir. From its summit, you can enjoy views of the reservoir and hike to two different jungle waterfalls.

8. Palumeu
A tiny village along the Tapanahony River deep in Suriname’s interior. Take a hike through the jungle to Poti Hill, explore the primary and secondary forests, go fishing in the river rapids, and visit the village!

9. Lelydorp
A mostly Javanese village along the main road leading south from Paramaribo. It’s a great place to find unique handicrafts and Indonesian-inspired street food like lumpia, satay, chicken sausage, and boiled vegetables with spicy peanut sauce!

10. Johanna-Margaretha
An area east of Paramaribo near the meeting place of the Suriname and Commewijne Rivers. Watch the pink-bellied dolphins at sunset and have an Indian dinner at the Johanna en Margaretha plantation before heading out into the swamp to look for caimans at night!

And there you have it! Those are the top 10 places you must visit in Suriname. This country is so unbelievably diverse in terms of culture and food, and is also a gorgeous country that is largely untouched and unknown to most. You will love it!

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Children of the Amazon

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Journey with Brazilian filmmaker Denise Zmekhol to the heart of the Amazon rainforest in search of the indigenous children she photographed fifteen years ago.

Children of the Amazon invites you to see through the eyes of these inspiring, remarkably resilient people whose lives are transformed by a road carved through their forest home by an outside world.

From Chief Amir Suruis embattled efforts to stop illegal loggers to the assassination of legendary rubber tapper Chico Mendes, this poetic and visually stunning film engages our senses and sympathies as global issues take on a profound human perspective.

Children of the Amazon

The children who live along the Amazon are a, self described, Heinz 57 variety. They are a beautiful mix of Indian, Portuguese, African and you-name-it. While they have very little, they are bright and happy.
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Private Amazon Jungle Tours with Rusty Johnson from Travel Channel's HOTEL AMAZON.

Rusty Johnson, is the main character, originator and Consulting Producer of The Travel Channel's TV series Hotel Amazon. For over 17 years he has developed a broad range of private jungle tours which he customizes to provide you with a bucket list adventure of a lifetime. His tours are 100% private with 100% attention focused on you, your family, or your group.

Rusty Johnson, is the main character, originator and Consulting Producer of The Travel Channel's TV series Hotel Amazon. For over 17 years he has developed a broad range of private jungle tours which he customizes to provide you with a bucket list adventure of a lifetime. His tours are 100% private with 100% attention focused on you, your family, or your group.

What makes Rusty's Detours so unique is that you will travel with him like a family member, not a tourist.



For the past 17 years Rusty has explored and hand picked some of the most interesting areas, villages, individuals and secret hideaways in order to optimize your time for the best experiences possible. Something that can not be accomplished with large tour groups.



Whether you are interested in wildlife watching, shamanic experiences, anthropology, botany, fishing, hiking, canoeing, or all of the above. He's got it!



Be one of the lucky people to have a front row seat to the incredibly adventurous world Rusty has been immersed in for nearly two decades.

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