As of November 25, 2011, nationals of the following countries who are travelling as a tourist, for pleasure, or to visit friends and relatives have the option to purchase a tourist card or apply for a visa:
6. China People Republic
8. Costa Rica
10. Czech Republic
12. Domincan Republic
14. El Salvador
46. The Netherlands
48. United Kindom of Great Britain and Northern Ierland
49. United States of America
51. Venezuela Bolivarian Republic
As per October 18, 2019 all travelers who wish to visit Suriname can only apply for an E-Tourist card through the weblink https://suriname.vfsevisa.com/suriname/online/home/e-tourist-card
Effective January 01, 2020 you no longer can request and obtain for a TOURIST CARD upon arrival at the Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport. With the introduction of the EVISA this service has been discontinued.
The tourist card is short term, single entry and expires after 90 days.
Citizens of the aforementioned countries who would like to apply for a multiple entry tourist visa have to comply with the regular visa requirements procedure.
For some other reasons than tourism, travelers who will visit Suriname to negotiate business, attend conferences, training or make an exploratory business visit will have to apply for a business visa prior to arrival in Suriname and must complete the business visa requirements.
Application for a E-Visa can be via de weblink https://suriname.vfsevisa.com/suriname/online/home/who-can-apply-for-eVisa
View the instructions how to apply