Apetina is a village in the South Eastern jungle area of Suriname within the Tapanahony resort in the Sipaliwini District. It is located at in the jungle on the small hills along the river Tapanahoni. Nearby points include Tebu Mountain, at around in height, and the Man Gandafutu waterfall. The majority of Apetina's population is the Wayana people. These Indians mostly originate from Brazil and once have fled because of tribal warfare. There also is primary school and an airstrip located near the Indian village of Apetina.