Protected areas of Suriname
There are several Protected Areas of Suriname. The largest of these is the Central Suriname Nature Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The protected areas are managed by the Suriname Forest Service. The Forest Service has appointed STINASU (Stichting Natuurbehoud Suriname), a non-profit foundation, to develop and conduct the educational and tourist aspects in the protected areas.
- Galibi. Established 1969. 40 square kilometres
- Wia Wia. Established 1966. 360 square kilometres
- Coppename. Established 1966. 100 square kilometres
- Peruvia. Established 1986. 310 square kilometres
- Hertenrits nature reserve. Established 1972.
- Wanekreek. Established 1986. 450 square kilometres
- Copi. Established 1986. 180 square kilometres
- Boven Coesewijne. Established 1986. 270 square kilometres
- Brinckheuvel. Established 1966. 60 square kilometres
- Central. Established 1998. 16000 square kilometres
- Sipaliwini. Established 1972. 1000 square kilometres
- "The nature reserves of Suriname". STINASU. Retrieved 2013-04-29.