To discover how others experience the world, try taking a walk without seeing where you are going. You can do this indoors or outdoors. Two people should be able to see, the one leading the group and the one following the group.
NOTE: You may also wish to add a non-talking requirement. This pushes older participants to communicate without talking and forces them to listen to their surroundings.
Explore the path — Before taking a group on a blind walk, walk the path yourself. Make sure it is safe.
Explain — Let your group know what you’re doing.
Blindfold — Each person places a blindfold on so they cannot see.
Walk — Take your walk.