Apoera, also Apura, is a town in western Suriname. It is the final destination of the Southern East-West Link. 24 kilometres northwest on the other side of the Courantyne River lies the Guyanese village of Orealla.
Apoera is part of the Kabalebo resort in the Sipaliwini District of Suriname. This city is situated on the Surinamese (Eastern) Bank of the river Corantijn and has about 3,000 inhabitants, originally mainly Indians of the Arawak tribe. Apoera, apart from over the river, is also accessible via the road link Zanderij-Bitagron-Camp 52 (the southern East-West link). The town of Apoera is situated in the close vicinity of the Indian Village Washabo and the Washabo Airstrip.
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