Have you ever wanted to stay in an ancient palace and eat breakfast like the king or queen accompanied by the African sunrise and a side plate of live Berber music? You will find a truly royal bargain at Hostel Waka Waka – for the first time in Marrakech.
This time for Marrakech - Hostel Waka Waka is a young, friendly house - perfect for people with a sense of adventure. Learn about Moroccan culture and life with your host Rachid Rastaman - listen to live traditional music whilst enjoying breakfast in the African sun. Above all feel at home...but a bit different from home...
With dorms, private rooms, bright communal areas and a daily routine of music and entertainment you can’t help but meet other travellers over tea, shisha and sunshine. Spread the travel bug, and enjoy happy hospitality Moroccan Berber style.
Leave your guidebook at the bottom of your bag and experience Morocco Uncut. Chose your own adventure over tea and maybe a cheeky shisha pipe – we are from all corners of Morocco – the far flung Sahara, the mountains and Marrakech itself and are happy to provide guidance, advice, and lots of stories about the areas you may want to visit. Get off the beaten track.
As Michael Palin once said ‘somewhere a long way away, people are doing sensible things like mowing lawns and digging gardens’. However, with not a spade in sight, you will be banqueting, singing, laughing and experiencing the incredible city of Marrakech in an old palace of a hostel that breathes new life into travel.