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Jenny Tours - Day Tours

Paramaribo, Suriname
About Jenny Tours - Day Tours
Jenny Tours, we provide tours to the whole interior of Suriname, also city-tours and other nice events. Just visit our website, we try to give you an A++ exeperience.
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ATV Quad and Zipline Tour from Paramaribo

Navigate the jungles around Paramaribo on a guided day trip filled with thrilling outdoor activities. After you tackle Suriname’s longest zipline, enjoy lunch and a swim in a freshwater lake. Then hop aboard a single person ATV for a quad tour through muddy paths full of adventure. Food and minibus transport are included.
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9 hours
from $111.43

Browns-Mountain Day Trip from Paramaribo

Explore Suriname’s interior on a popular guided day trip from Paramaribo. You’ll hike to waterfalls for an opportunity to swim, and learn about the local flora and fauna from your guide along the way. At the top of Browns Mountain, enjoy a buffet lunch at a bar with sweeping views over Blommenstein Reservoir.
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10 hours
from $95.34

City Tour

Learn about Suriname’s complex history and contemporary culture with this tour of Paramaribo. Over the course of 4 hours, follow your local guide through the city streets, stopping at highlights like the Presidential Palace, Palm Garden, waterfront, central market, and more. Listen to stories about the colonial period as you tour Fort Zeelandia and browse for souvenirs before your excursion concludes.
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3 hours
from $32.18

Nickerie and Bigi-Pan 2-day Tour

Are you a bird lover and do you love open landscapes, beautiful rice fields and history? Then this tour towards Nickerie, which is also known as the rice granary of Suriname, and Bigi Pan - a beautiful swampy nature - fits like a glove. The tour can also be described as a real foodtrip, as you will taste the various delicacies of Suriname, from crab to cayman (crocodile). You will be amazed by this wonderful district tour, with its vast landscapes, beautiful rice field, the intriguing nature reserve of Bigi Pan and much more.
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2 days
from $214.51

Nickerie and Bigi Pan

Situated east of Nieuw-Nickerie are lakes, with Bigi Pan regarded as the biggest one. This lake is home to a number of water-friendly animals, including caymans and an impressive amount of rare birds. Part of this tour will take you to this lake, where you'll be likely to encounter animals you haven't seen before in their natural habitat. The city of Nieuw-Nickerie will also be included in the tour; you will be visiting many places in the city that make up part of Suriname's long and diverse history and culture. For those looking for something different yet still with a degree of excitement, this tour is the perfect fit.
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1 day
from $160.89
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Gene R J wrote a review Mar 2020
Silver Spring, Maryland4,300 contributions588 helpful votes
Review of: Cultural Markets
We took a taxi($3) 3.5 km north from our Downtown Oasis Guesthouse to the Saoena Zondagmarkt. This large Indonesian Market is 150 m from the 'Sanya Budaya' Cultural Center where the tall 1990 Javanese Immigration Monument celebrates 100 years since the 33,000 contract workers came from Java in 1890. This weekly gathering is a festival for the descendants, a flea market, has produce, ready to eat food, music, a bit of everything. Family friendly and enjoyable.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Hermes_NL 🇳🇱 wrote a review Feb 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands19,817 contributions34,849 helpful votes
The good thing of Jenny tours is that they can organize a two-day tour to Galibi on a daily basis. No waiting for other people to make the tour possible. The communication with Piet of Jenny Tours was quite quick and clear. The actual tour was highly interesting and reasonably well organised including plenty bio-breaks and food breaks. The logistics did appear to involve a lot of improvisation and also some waiting on our behalf - maybe this was because we were just a party of two and had to join other groups now and then for a particular boat or taxi trip. The boat trip from Albina to Galibi (and back) was enjoyable although there was a good chance to get wet from spray and/or rain. Albina turned out to be a slightly rough edged bustling river harbour town which was interesting to see; Galibi is a small paradise with simple but adequate lodging. Guide Imro, a native from Galibi, did a great job including cooking dinner and breakfast for us at the pleasant Kadaru lodge in Galibi. we also spent about 1 hour in Saint Laurent (French Guyana) on the way back - rather a quiet town on a Monday. We did manage to see the green Turtle - although when we arrived by boat at 10:40 PM on a beach in the neighbourhood of Galibi, she was already done with the job of laying her eggs and crawled back to the sea about 15 minutes after our arrival. I still wonder why we did not go earlier that evening ... maybe the tides made it impossible. On the other hand we did not have to stay for 3 hours on that beach which was perhaps an advantage. There was that evening also a party until 10 PM in the Galibi village, which one of us attended, it was quite fun.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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jw2k5 wrote a review Dec 2019
Toronto, Canada49 contributions4 helpful votes
I recently visited Suriname during Xmas holidays. I contacted Jenny's tour before I arrived through whatsapp and Jan was extremely helpful and responsive. He went out of his way to make the tours I wanted happen during my short stay in Suriname. I ended up doing 3 day tours with them and all went great. The guides Daniel and Gio were both excellent. Highly recommend!
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Date of experience: December 2019
Morino Ravenberg wrote a review Dec 2019
Paramaribo, Suriname46 contributions4 helpful votes
I went on this tour multiple times, and long story short: . It was fun the first time, and I really enjoyed myself. . The second time was not the best, but still decent (somewhat). . The third time (and my last time) was really bad. Regarding the last time, reasons for it being so bad? Deteriorated equipment, bad organizational capacity, etc. I do recommend this tour, however, but to be honest only if you're not used to driving an ATV or don't offroad as a hobby. Either that or just once, to see what it's like. The tour involves driving through a goldmine area, so expect a barren landscape as well as a part where you drive through a jungle (don't expect to see animals though, since it's a "dead" forest)
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Date of experience: October 2019
Morino Ravenberg wrote a review Oct 2019
Paramaribo, Suriname46 contributions4 helpful votes
This mountain is beautiful, but the organizational capacity is lacking to say the least; the walkway that used to be there has long rotted away & the walk up and down (more up) is gruesome, since you really need to be in prime physical condition to be able to moderately bear it. For the rest, there are poisonous snakes present hiding underneath the leaves more often than not, making it very dangerous. Like most tourist trips into the wilderness in Suriname, it is only when something seriously happens that the tour company will be shut down or suspended and/or investigated. All that is cared about is making money by passing something simplistic off as "grandiose". Sad & somewhat pathetic.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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