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Washabo Airport (WSO), with the ICAO-Code GY-W, is a small airport located in the beautiful country of Suriname. Situated in the Sipaliwini District, this airport serves as a gateway to the stunning interior regions of Suriname.
Washabo Airport primarily caters to domestic flights, connecting travellers to various remote destinations within the country. The airport features a single runway and a small terminal building, ensuring a hassle-free travel experience.
Suriname, known for its pristine rainforests, diverse wildlife, and vibrant culture, offers a plethora of exciting activities for travellers. From exploring the breathtaking natural wonders of the Amazon rainforest to immersing oneself in the rich cultural heritage of indigenous communities, Suriname has something for everyone.
Whether you're planning an adventure-filled trip or seeking a tranquil escape, Washabo Airport provides convenient access to Suriname's hidden gems. So, pack your bags and get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey through this enchanting South American nation.
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