The Stinasu staff are currently embroiled in a shake up led by the government who is disappointed with the management of the most important tourist attraction for ecotourism near Paramaribo - Brownsberg Nature Park. They were unable to offer the usual transport into the park because the vehicle was broken. there is a caretaker officer-in-charge trying to regorganize the management. That said, the 3 hour walk from brownsberg into the park is not too tough to do, interesting for birdwatchers and generally pleasant since there was no traffic on the road. The accommodation was fine - hammock (buy your own in town to save money) and the depressed staff were happy to have company. There is a drought currently - or at least, delayed rains - so the waterfalls are not much to see and there was very limited water at the Park for washing. It is a lovely park and I hope Stinasu gets its act together for improved mangement and relations with tour companies so the tourist return.
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