The restaurant is the best in the city and the rooms are decent for India (basic; semi-clean, intermittent warm water and occasional wifi) but a lot of the employees are children. Not cool with supporting this. Concerning the camel safari, we did the two-day/one-night option and definitley regreted it. One of our camels was in very poor shape and they all were covered in something like bot fly larvae things - very sad. The bedding provided for the night consists of only the foul blankets used on the camel saddles and one sheet each. GROSS. We never felt more dirty in our lives!!!! There was plenty of food (plain yellow dal, rice, chapatti) but probably because none of us were eating it because we watched how it was prepared. Again, grossssss! Also, we were promised an "off the beaten track" safari but there were always ten other groups within site. I would also recommend that the Renuka guides be expected to not leave all the trash in the desert. It was SUCH A MESS and there were thousands of dung beetles everywhere (and crawling all over us) because of all the trash and food that's left behind day after day
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