Travellers from French Guiana, USA, Europe and parts of Asia will no longer need a visa to enter Suriname.
That is because a new policy will come into effect on July 1, 2022 and it will allow travellers from the countries that are not exempted to pay an entry fee of €25 or $25.
The French Foreign Ministry said residents of its Guiana territory can pay the entry fee via the VFS portal, at the Consulate General of Suriname in Cayenne or the consular office in Saint-Laurent du Maroni and at the Canawaima Management NV in Southdrain, Nickerie for passengers arriving from Guyana.
From July 1 to September 30, 2022, the entrance fee can also be paid at the consular office at Zanderij and Zorg en Hoop airports.
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