Mark Meredith goes on a whirlwind tour of BWIA’s newest Caribbean destination.
BWIA’s newest destination is a crossroads for a staggering array of cultures, including African, Dutch, Amerindian, Indonesian and Indian, and an eco-traveller’s delight. Simon Lee provides the introductions.
The Caribbean’s public gardens are places to enjoy the pleasures of nature — and centres for research and conservation as well.
The Caribbean’s history of wars and colonisation has left an extraordinary legacy of military architecture, some of it nearly five centuries old. Recognised today as historic sites, these forts and naval bases are a reminder of the often bloody past that shaped our present.
End the year with a bang at Paramaribo’s Owru Yari celebrations.
Surinamese artist Marcel Pinas has won an international reputation for his works incorporating elements of traditional Maroon culture .
This August, Suriname’s capital will host Carifesta XI, the Caribbean’s biggest arts festival. Good excuse for a visit, writes Philip Sander.
Photographer Evan Chung captures the colours of Phagwah, the Hindu spring festival, as celebrated by Caribbean immigrants in Queens .
Jonathan Ali on the European Jews who found refuge in Suriname four centuries ago.
In the melting-pot of Paramaribo, you’ll find the flavours of the world. Jonathan Ali sampled almost all of them.