Albina is a town in eastern Suriname, and is capital of the Marowijne District. The town lies on the West Bank of the Marowijne river (Maroni river), which forms the border with French Guiana, directly opposite the French Guianan town of Saint-Laurent-du-Maroni, to which it is connected by a frequent ferry service.
Albina has a small boat (korjaal) connection to Galibi. The journey across the water takes about 1.5 hrs. There is a beach and a small tourist shop. The main reason tourists visit Galibi is to see the turtles, which come from all over the World (including places as distant as Costa Rica and Australia) to lay their eggs in Suriname. Unfortunately the eggs are not safe, because poachers collect the eggs to sell them on the market.