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We spent two years travelling around India and stayed at over a hundred hotels. The Tripzuki collection represents the best of the best. We met the owners and the staff, took our own photos, and tried the breakfast in the morning. We know EVERYTHING about these hotels. We also negotiated some incredible deals!

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Why Book Through Tripzuki?

  • Free wine or meal
    with every booking
  • Only the best hotels
    we stay at every one
  • Lowest rates guaranteed
    or we'll pay you the difference!

Insider tips


  • You have to have your wits about you when it comes to prices. Expect to be overcharged for everything and always bargain, especially when it comes to taxis and autos.
  • For the most part Delhi is a late-rising and early-sleeping city, so if you want to get around anywhere by car, before 8am and after 10pm usually sees emptier roads. A sunrise drive around the city can in fact be a spectacular, traffic-free experience. But then you’ll have to wait a long time for the shops to open, so head for breakfast at a five star hotel or go for a walk in Lodhi Gardens.
  • In places, Delhi is still a dangerous city at night, especially for women travelling alone. Caution is advised.
  • You can eat really, really well in Delhi on a budget and on the street. Often it’s a daunting prospect knowing the good from the bad, but now there’s help in the form of food blogger Pamela Timms. Her blog, eat and dust, is invaluable.



  • If you’re keen to experience the metro it’s best to avoid peak commuting hours, when it’s crazy.
  • Most bars and restaurants offer happy hours between 3-6pm.
  • It’s normal for everyone in the city to be running late, even the taxis, so when ordering give a time half an hour before you really need it.
  • Delhi has a large number of heritage walks on offer. The website http://delhiheritagewalks.com/ is a great resource. If you’re interested in photography also see http://www.delhiphotographyclub.com/activities/heritage-photowalk/
  •  The city has a mindboggling array of flora and fauna, with hundreds of species of trees on display. Environmentalist Pradip Krishen’s Trees of Delhi: A Field Guide is an excellent and invaluable resource here, and can open up your understanding of the city in surprising ways.