Arton Capitol has published the ‘global passport index 2018’. This is a list of the best and least favorable passports in the world and how many countries this gives access without a visa. We see the Surinamese passport in the list on place 60 of the 98 countries. We find the Netherlands in place 4.
The Surinamese passport entitles you to entry to the following countries without a visa:
Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia *, Bahamas, Bahrain *, Bangladesh *, Barbados, Belize, Brazil, Bolivia *, Cambodia *, Cape Verde *, Colombia, Comoros *, Costa Rica, Ivory Coast (eTA), Djibouti *, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt *, Gambia, Grenada, Guinea Bissau *, Guyana, Haiti, Hong Kong, India (eTA), Indonesia, Iron *, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan *, Kenya *, Macau *, Madagascar, * Malawi *, Malaysia,
Maldives *, Mauritania *, Mauritius, Micronesia, Mozambique *, Nepal *, Nicaragua *, Oman *, Palau *, Palestine, Peru, Philippines, Qatar *, Rwanda *, Saint Kids and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Samoa *, Senegal, Serbia, Seychelles *, Singapore, Somalia *, South Korea, Sri Lanka (eTA), Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Tanzania *, East Timor *, Togo *, Trinidad and Tobago, Tuvalu *, Uganda *, Zambia *, Zimbabwe*.
* Handing over residence visa on arrival
eTA: Electronic Travel Authority. Electronic visa, to be applied online.
Singapore and South Korea share the leading position, closely followed by Germany and Japan. We also see neighboring Guyana on the list, at place 53. Morocco (72) and Turkey (41) have also managed to secure a place.