The Galibi Nature Reserve is in the North-East corner of Suriname in the district Marowijne. Two villages called Langamankondre and Christiaankondre are also part of the Galibi area at the mouth of the Marowijne River. About 800 people live in these two villages and they are descendants of the Indigenous tribe called Caribs. These Caribs have settled in this area right after the abolition of slavery. Their main sources of income are agri-culture and fishing as their ancestors have thought them. The traditional handicraft of the tribe seems to be preserved now with the introduction of tourism as another source of income.