V I L L A G E   W A L K
The concept of village walks is an old one. The family believes that too many people have migrated from the
to the cities in search of a better future and something needs to be done to sustain the simple, wholesome
of the village. The village walk is a small step in that direction. It not only instills a sense of pride in
village folk but also encourages them to preserve, maintain and showcase their culture and way of life. To a
modernizing world and its denizens who often seek a stress-free break from their bustling cities, the
at Seven Palm Camps is just a small window into a world of simplicity and adaptability.
Village Walks, in contrast to the Jeep and Camel safaris offer a quieter and more informative way to
desert way of life around the desert. The journey into the desert is an opportunity to experience village
close quarters against the captivating beauty and tranquility of the vast desert. The desert landscape is
spellbinding. For miles altogether, there’s nothing except the sound of the wind. But from this arid
may suddenly see an unexpected group of village women appear out of nowhere in their colorful finery, and
like a mirage before your eyes. You could visit the homes of the traditional inhabitants (Bishnois, Rajputs,
Meghwals) or take a peek into the homes and lives of the desert craftsmen such as carpenters, metal-smiths
cobblers. See unique species of flora and fauna that have adapted to the desert. Take a trip to the farms in
desert and learn about farming in the desert.