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Very clean hostel, great value for money. However, during the off-season, the area is very quiet, and you'll find you're spending most of your time driving to somewhere with a bit more activity - both in terms of daytime activities and evening eating/drinking. Also, during the off-season, the pool appears unmaintained and stagnant. May well be a great place to be during the peak winter season, but otherwise I would look for somewhere a bit closer to the action.
Had the best time here and met lots of really nice people in the common are who soon became friends. Although it seems to be in the middle of nowhere it's really cheap to get taxis to all the other beaches so no problem. The staff are very smiley and can't do enough for you. They also sell beer, crisps and water for very cheap! Nathan, Nicola and Rachael.
Good hostel. Internet was good but didn't work all of the time. Some more information about what to do around the hostel (other beaches, restaurants, nearby towns) would have been helpful.
We were there in the low season and it was completely dead. I can imagine it would be very nice with lots of people there though. Not many restaurants nearby, you need a scooter to really get around.
I spent 10 days at the Wanderers at Morjhim in May 2015. It's a great place to be. The staff is very helpful and do the best they can to make your stay comfortable. The place is a short walk from the beach and 3km away form Ashwem (a few minutes' bike ride) - Neither too close nor far from the buzz around town.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
Really great hostel. It was really quiet while we were there (although it was the end of the season) but the facilities are great and the staff were really helpful. Morjim is a fairly quiet area but you're close to busier parts of the Goa and 5 mins from the beach. Would stay again.