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We'll personally help you pick the perfect hotel.

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


  • Some of the best restaurants and bars are away from the beach: the Japanese restaurant Sakana and neighbouring bar and club Bubble Brunch, near the Vagator petrol pump, being a case in point, offering some of the best food and music around.
  • Salcete and Quepem talukas offer a glimpse of the old Catholic Goa; many heritage homes are open to the public, while the Palacio do Deao in Quepem has some of the best old Goan-Portuguese food you’ll find on these shores.
  • Mandrem in the north and Galgibag in the south are arguably the two most unspoilt beaches in Goa.




  • Taxis are vastly overpriced.
  • Anjuna beach has become overcrowded and polluted in recent years; its old scene has migrated north around Asvem.
  • Police set up regular roadblocks in high season, checking licenses, papers and helmet use on the highway.
  • Old Goa is best seen around dawn, before the hordes of coaches descend on it around 8am, ruining the peace.
  • Newton’s Supermarket in Candolim has more alcohol options than most Indian airport duty frees.