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Delhi is a city with a hugely rich, hugely diverse history. Built and raised to the ground 7 times, this perpetual shifting is reflected in a vibrancy of stories, cultures and cuisine not quite matched by any other place on the planet. Discover unique Delhi experiences with guides who know this city like the backs of their hands.
Shadey, twisting alleyways, blindingly colourful spice markets, deep orange sunsets coming down over twisting spires, colossal domes and tumbledown houses as the sounds of incessant activity rise with the dust, it doesn’t take long for Delhi to claim any traveller’s heart. Finding hidden gems in Delhi can be a challenge, but it can be one of the most rewarding challenges of a lifetime.
October – Early March – Winter is undoubtedly the best time to visit Delhi. Cool in the mornings, with deliciously warm days that don’t overwhelm, if there was such thing as a perfect climate, these months probably wouldn’t be far off.
May – July – If you fancy your chances in baking 45-degree heat, then this is the time for you. Kudos to anyone that backs their chances at remaining active as a visitor in these months, make sure you pack light.
July – August – Hot, humid, and lots of rain. It can be pretty fun to experience monsoon season, but it can also prove fairly disruptive at times.