Wild Rover Máncora


Reviews

4.5
(5 reviews)5

Staff & Host

4.5

Hours & Tasks

5.0

Hostel

5.0

Learning & Fun

4.5

Peru

5

Voluntariar en Wild Rover Hostel es una experiencia muy linda, pues te sientes como en casa. Me tocó trabajar en el bar en temporada alta , pero el equipo hizo que las tareas sean muy llevaderas.
Aprendí acerca de preparación de tragos, atención en el bar.
El anfitrion cumple con lo ofrecido en WP, si tienes la oportunidad de vivir esta experiencia, la super recomiendo.

4 months ago

Brazil

5

The people at the hostel are very kind and fun. I had a great experience volunteering at Wild Rover, there I was able to meet people from different places and connect with the people I met there. The shifts are very very calm, despite being long, and the administrators are very flexible when setting up the schedule. There are lots of parties and games to pass the time at the hostel. The wordpackers host is not the person who welcomes and coordinates the volunteers, in fact she doesn't even live in Mancora, but Meli, who is responsible for this at the hostel, is incredible. I will miss Mancora!

6 months ago

Colombia

4

Fue buena

6 months ago

Germany

4

In general the Wild Rover is a nicely located hostel where you can meet a lot of good hearted travelers and make new friends. The tasks behind the bar can be fun, if there's enough people to give you the workload. However I would point out that the team spirit could be integrated further :)

about 1 year ago

Germany

5

I had a great time at Wildrover Mancora. I stayed there for two weeks working as a bartender and party promoter and it was super nice. The whole team was super friendly, respectful and funny. I had some experience in bartending before but this extra knowledge isn’t needed at all because they introduce you to your working environment and teach you all the things you need to do. In the evenings many locals came by for a drink which was the perfect opportunity for me to practice my Spanish and get know many new people. I would definitely recommend staying or volunteering there :)

about 1 year ago