I've given this 'attraction' a three star rating as I'm torn two ways about it. One part of me says it's quite interesting to see these proud people clinging to their long traditions and being able to make things to sell to tourists and thereby make some sort of income. However the other side of me thinks how demeaning is it having people from all over the world come and gawk and take photos of these beautiful people day after day. These proud people are traditionally nomadic and have been continually pushed from pillar to post and I think are only allowed to stay where they are if they allow the tourists to visit by the bus load.
I did buy something and I did learn things I didn't previously know, but I noticed most people there with me didn't buy anything but simply took pics for their travel albums.More