If you wish to get a feel of sitting somewhere away from the hustle-bustle of your city and enjoy the vibe of a sea view area while you travel to Goa, then head to this cozy hostel with tree log tables and laid back comfy old chairs. Amidst a beautiful garden with palm trees that shade the blissful swimming pool, these lies one of the best hostels in Goa-Woke Hostel.
Situated near Morjim this hostel is designed to fulfill all the amenities for the modern day traveler. It’s a good place to meet new people. It balances between being a party hostel and a laid back sociable traveler scene within walking distance of all the attractions of Morjim.
Let's check out at the main reasons because of which staying at this hostel will be the best decision you'll be taking.
Experience Staying Like Never Before
Unlike the usual dorms, the dorms of the Woke Hostel in Morjim are a real classic. The dorms look like it came alive right out of one of your pinned pretty places on Pinterest. The combination of sea green and white colors makes its decor just perfect for an amazing staycation. All dormitories are Air Conditioned with attached bathrooms enable a comfortable stay and rooms vary from occupancy of 2, 4, 6 & 8 beds. Private rooms are also available. There is plenty of outside spaces to sit and meet other travelers, a community kitchen and poolside to chill in.
Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller, but sometimes this storytelling ends up breaking your bank. Everyone wants to save as much money as they can while they are traveling. And what’s better than saving it on accommodation and yet getting a quality stay. And, the cherry on the top is that this budget-friendly hostel in Goa opens up to the view of Sea.
Nearby Places To Visit From Woke Hostel
Morjim beach in Goa is bound by the mouth of the Chapora river to the south, and the seamless beginnings of Ashvem beach to the north. Morjim remains a fairly quiet beach, with huts and shacks scattered along the sand at the south end, and set back amongst the palms and casuarina trees to the north. Morjim has been quoted as ‘Little Russia’ due to the number of Russians living there. Being one of the most popular beaches in Goa, it has become every tourist's favorite one.
Location: Northern bank of the Chapora River Estuary
Highlights: White sand, Clean water, Less crowded, and Great Shacks
Ashvem beach is a small flat sandy beach located to the north of Morjim. Most of the tourists can be found on the southern part of the beach. The northern end has a small lagoon with a rivulet flowing across the beach. The beach is located 21 kms from Mapusa and 33 kms from Panaji. The lagoon lined with mangrove and palm trees on both the sides empties tself into the sea. If you are patient enough and lucky, you can spot some birds who come to the lagoon during low tide to feed upon fish and crustaceans.
Highlights: Less Crowded, Cleaner Beach, Ideal For Swimming, Shacks
La Plage is arguably one of the best places to eat in Goa. Located on Ashwem beach and hidden somewhere amongst the palms and bushes, La Plage offers a relaxed tropical atmosphere. Even though it is not the cheapest beach shack in Goa, by far, the menu at La Plage is one of the highly priced restaurants in Goa but is worth every penny. Getting a table here is not a tough task. However, getting a pre-booking will save you the waiting trouble if it’s caused anyhow. This one might burn a hole in your pocket but it's worth trying as it's one of the best restaurants in Goa.
Must haves: Sea Food, Chocolate Thali, Chicken Burger, Beef Burger, Fries, Beef Carpaccio, Prawn Lollipop
Cost for two: Rs. 800
Cuisine: Seafood, French
Address: Aswem Beach, Near Papa Jolly Hotel, Aswem Road, Morjim, Arambol, Goa
Contact: +91 9822121712
So, if you are looking out to re-discover Goa and travel like never before then book this place right now!
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Q. For people mostly on the go, are hostels better or hotels?
A. Hotels require you check-in and check-out at specific times and also have various other miscellaneous charges, plus, you have a more hippy party culture in the hostels with cheaper liquor and food.
Q. Do hostels have a secure environment?
A. Hostels, especially in renowned cities and tourist spots or institutions, have various applicants every year and hence are a choice by a vast number of people. There are various bunker beds and specific rooms for girls and guards on duty.
Q. Do these hostels only accommodate young people?
A. The hostels, especially in the party capital of the city, have a much hippie and party culture even internally. Though there is no such age criteria for applying but given the on the move and fast culture of the lodgement place, it might get a little hard for the aged people to cope.