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Camel safari - hokey & commercial or worthwhile to do?

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I can't quite make up my mind if this interests me at all or sounds too far too geared to a commercial & faux experience of India. I'm not inclined toward a cold night in a tent, either, although a day trek or a night in a homestay would be more my idea of the experience I'm imagining. Is a trek into the desert on camels a worthwhile & unique experience? Or is it too hokey and commercially-driven?

What are your thoughts?

Thanks,
Paule

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