Tag Archives: Suriname

According to shoppingpicks, January in Suriname is usually hot and humid. The average temperature during the day is around 28 degrees Celsius and the average temperature at night is around 20 degrees Celsius. The rainfall during this time of year is low and there are usually only a few brief showers. During the day, the humidity can be quite high, making it feel much hotter than the actual temperature. February brings more rain to Suriname than in January, but it still remains quite hot and humid during this month as well. The average temperature during the day is 29 degrees Celsius and at night it drops to about 21 degrees Celsius. The humidity levels remain high throughout February, especially when there are days with heavy rainfall. March sees a slight decrease in temperatures as well as humidity levels, with an average temperature of 28 degrees Celsius during the day and 20 degrees Celsius at night. Rainfall also increases slightly during this month with some brief thunderstorms occurring every now and then. April marks the start of dry season in Suriname with temperatures rising to around 30 degrees Celsius during the day while dropping to 22 degrees Celsius at night on average. Humidity levels also decrease significantly making it feel much cooler than previous months despite higher temperatures. Suriname is located just above the equator. The tropical climate ensures temperatures of more than 30°C all year round. With an average humidity of 80% it is stuffy. It is warmest and driest in September and October, which is a good time to visit Suriname. It is even better to go to the country in the relatively cool and dry months of February and March. Suriname has two rainy seasons: from mid-December to mid-January, and from April to July. In the rainforest it cools down faster at night than on the coast. Check businesscarriers for Suriname Economics and Business.

Suriname Geography and Population

Suriname – geography Suriname is extremely sparsely populated and 96% covered by forest; less than 1% of the land is cultivated. The ethnic composition of the population is mixed, reflecting the Dutch colonial past. After independence, many emigrated to the Netherlands, and the population fell, but in the 1990’s the growth was approximately 1% per… Read More »

Sights of Suriname

Suriname is a country located in the northern part of South America. Suriname is a former Dutch colony that gained its independence on November 25, 1975. Dutch influences are still visible in many ways, including the Dutch language spoken in Suriname. The green landscape consists largely of pieces of untouched nature and reserves. Surinamese cuisine… Read More »

Suriname Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data In 2021, Suriname saw its GDP decline by 1.5%. To a large extent, these were the reverberations of the pandemic. In 2022, GDP is expected to grow by 3.2%. This growth may be higher due to the international political and… Read More »

Suriname State Overview

Suriname. Former Dutch Guiana, is a state in northeastern South America, bounded to the north by the Atlantic Ocean, to the east by French Guiana, to the south by Brazil, and to the west by Guyana. Paramaribo is the capital city of Suriname according to simplyyellowpages. History Before the arrival of the Europeans, the territory corresponding to Suriname today was populated by… Read More »