Private suites set close to the rain forests and the sea.

A view of the ocean from red rocks- a sea side hiking area

Overlooking to valleys and ocean on Dominicia's North coast

Easy Access to suites on Dominica's north coast

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A wealth of adventures are within easy reach of the Wind Blow grounds and in the Calibishie area. When planning your vacation, there are a number a things to do besides just relaxing on the veranda of your suite.

  • Scuba diving, snorkeling
  • Rain forest hiking
  • Bird watching
    • We have the endangered Jaco Parrot nesting in some of our trees Jaco Parrot in Dominica
  • Mountain biking
  • River swimming or discovering our fantastic waterfalls.
  • Six beautiful beaches. Even Disney came to explore them
  • Guides
      • We will be happy to recommend or prearrange tour services with experienced local guides and quality tour operators if you so desire. Just let us know when you fill out the Wind Blow Reservation Inquiry form.
  • Dinning Out
      • The area offers a number of dining options
  • Need to stay in touch? We have wireless Internet access


    Enjoying  a cool drink of coconut milk
    Enjoying a coconut "jelly" with a guide

    Fording one of Dominica's many rivers

    A dominica guide
    Wendy, one of the guides we can arrange for you

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Area beaches

Pointe Baptiste Beach:

Turn right at the main road (toward the airport) drive or walk through the village and halfway up the hill until a paved road turns left. There is a sign in blue that says Pointe Baptiste. Turn left and go past 2 houses on the right. Turn right down a dirt road ( it looks like a driveway and is easy to miss). You will end about 10 feet from the beach. If you continue up the paved road and go to the end there is a beautiful 30 minute hike to red rocks with good photography

Sand beach at pointe Baptiste

View of beach for the cliff aboveHodges Bay:

Go north through all the village and down a long hill. Cross a bridge (Hodges River) . Turn left at the first dirt road. It is better to park at the wide spot and not drive all the way down. At the end of the road is the beach. The old man there is really a nice person. On this beach it is best to leave things that can be stolen where he can watch and give him a cigarette or a dollar to keep his eye on them.

Woodford Hill Beach:

Continue north (about 2 miles) until you see a sign on the left saying "Woodford Hill Beach". Turn left and go to the bottom. This is a mile long white beach with good snorkeling on the reef. AS YOU CONTINUE NORTH DO NOT SWIM WHERE THERE ARE ROCKS INSTEAD OF SAND. THERE IS AN UNDERTOW

Hamstead Beach (Number 1):

Across the main road at the start of Wind Blow Ridge Road you will see a drive with two posts, follow the old road and then path to the beach. The beach is lovely but do not swim if the sea is rough. The mouth of the river is the best place to swim anyway. Great for a day picnic.

A major location for the Pirates of the Caribbean

Hamstead River (Number 2):

Turn left at the main road drive or walk another 1/2 mile and either park before the second bridge or cross and park at the old sugar mill. Walk behind the mill and as far up the river as you wish. There is good bathing everywhere there is a deeper spot.

A major location for the Pirates of the Caribbean

Batibou Beach:

Turn left at the main road drive and go up a long hill. Nearly at the top there is a dirt road on the right. Follow this road to a wide parking spot and walk. You can drive all the way to the beach with a 4X4. This is a beautiful beach with safe swimming The first portion of the sea has sharp coral so be careful. Go at least 50 ft down the beach to swim. The woods here are close to the beach so do not leave valuables on your towel while you walk or swim.

One of the best beaches in Dominica

Hiking and Water Falls

Walking the farm access roads

Garden Road Hike (our favorite)

Local residents cultivate their gardens of dasheen, banana, mango and many other fruits and vegetables at the edge of the rain forest along Wind Blow Road. You can walk to the back of the garden areas to take pictures of untouched rain forest or just to view. Walk to where this road meets a paved road. Then take any road that turns left and you will return to the village (total about 4-5 miles) If you see someone in their garden, a smile and a friendly greeting will usually invite a welcoming reply and maybe even an invitation to sample some of the fruit! This is also an excellent bird watching route. Early in the morning or just before dusk is a great time to watch for parrots. You will usually hear them before you see them.

A view of the ocean from a farm

Bananas, form the farm

freash water falls

Chaudiere (Kettle) Falls

Turn left at the main road, drive to Bense. Nearby is Chaudiere Falls, also known as Kettle Falls, is a beautiful rain forest fall at the end of a moderate 30 minute hike from the road. There are sheer granite cliffs and falls spilling into a carved out basin. Take a picnic and swim and relax at this enchanting spot. The falls can also be reached by hiking upstream along the Hamstead River, although this is a much longer and more arduous route (guide required).

mountain stream


Great food

  • Warrows seaside bar in the center of the village
  • Randy's in Wesley - A great place for dinner
  • Plus there are a lot of little places for snacks and some rum bars/shops. You can check the Calibishie Coast Web Site for more details

After checking this page be sure to look at the Calibishie Coast site. Here you will find an extensive listing of things to do, photos of many of our beaches, along with places to eat and much more. More about Calibishie


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The Suites & Grounds

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Things To Do

So much to do while at Wind Blow

How To Get Here

How to get to Wind Blow on the North coast


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The temperature rarely falls below 21C ( 70F) or climbs above 32C ( 90F) except in the mountains .
Rainfall is quite High, particularly July to December. The rain comes as heavy showers of short duration with sun following. As we do sometimes have high humidity it is best to check light clothing against mildew in wet weather and keep films in containers.

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