Not far from the city is a place where you can enjoy nature. A place to “chill”. You can take a dip in the Para Creek and then lie back in a hammock. Certified lifeguards keep an eye on people. The Para Creek is caused by bauxite excavations. The clay on the floor has side effects on healthy skin. Many visitors come specifically to experience this.
There are toilets, showers and changing rooms available.
For the children there is a playground. We also have an attraction with a rope to a tree where children like Tarzan / Jane can swing and jump into the water.
Come and enjoy the ultimate nature.
- Longest cableway in Suriname, 1500 meter
- Climbing tower
Within a few minutes walking distance there is an Indian village where they sell handmade pots and vases.
No music or instruments are allowed in Parabello, we want people to really enjoy nature.
Coming from the city of Paramaribo (Martin Luther King Highway) Martin Luther King Highway straight ahead, turn right at Meursweg, straight for about 6 km past “Plantation Onoribo” then left at the Parabello board.
Coming from the city of Paramaribo (Indira Gandhiweg) Indira Gandhiweg straight, turn left Meursweg in, straight past the village Billiton. Then turn right at the Parabello board.