The North Coast

The North Coast Travel Guide

Articles about The North Coast

By Colleen Clark

Escape to one of the world’s fabulous, affordable beach resorts, where even the room rate will put you at ease.

By Abbie Kozolchyk
Vera Gordon, a retired educator in Brooklyn, New York, is a garden-variety traveler. Literally. Like more and more botanically minded tourists, she’s traversed the globe to experience its horticultural hot spots—and returned with fresh perspective...
By Shane Mitchell
Martiniquais consider Grand-Rivière, which overlooks the turbulent Dominica Channel, the end of the world. It was certainly the end of the road. After a white-knuckle drive on hairpin turns skirting Mount Pelée and passing through a rain forest wh...
By Travelandleisure.com Staff

Hotels in The North Coast

Ten spacious cottages made from local courbaril wood line a secluded hilltop fringed by the rain forest in the island's remote interior. The on-site Naniki restaurant serves grilled snapper with native breadfruit and yams.

Restaurants in The North Coast

Originally founded as a local rum shop, the beachfront Fisherman’s Pub is now a casual, cafeteria-style restaurant serving authentic Bajan cuisine.

Things to do in The North Coast

This new art gallery, housed in an early-20th-century apothecary, showcases local and international talent such as self-taught Rastafarian artist Ras Ishi.