This seed is packed full of great sights if you’re willing to take the journey to get to them. With a temple, villages, a savanna plateau, and a mesa, there’s plenty of chances to find rare items.
This journey could be considered a hot journey because it leads you through the desert and savanna, both of which are considered dry biomes on Minecraft. Even the mesa is a rainless, hot biome. Still, it’s all worth it.
Minecraft PC 1.10.X Seed: -6829881600871679691
The Desert Temple
When you spawn you’ll be in a patch of plains biome with a river to your left. Follow the river to the northwest. It will lead you straight to the temple on the desert side of the river.
This temple holds horse armor (gold and diamond), two saddles, a gold apple, and an enchanted book in the chests at the bottom of the long drop beneath the purple clay. It may be worth your time to take those horse items and find a horse to make this journey quicker.
Savanna Village #1
To get to the savanna village, you can take the long way following the river to the west or go to the coordinates -884 / 79 / -384.
This village has a blacksmith shop, and inside the chest, you can find bread, an apple, iron leggings, and an iron sword.
Savanna Village #2
It’s time to branch off the river and head straight west into the desert. You’ll come to another savanna with the second village. (-1159 / 71 / -467)
This village doesn’t have a blacksmith, but you can still trade with the villagers and eat some of the crops to keep up your energy for this trip.
Savanna Plateau M
To the northwest of the second village, you can find the savanna plateau M. Though they don’t offer any special items, plateaus are amazing because these large mountains shoot up above the clouds.
This biome gives you stunning terrain with the tall peaks, cool overhangs, floating blocks, and plenty of cascading waterfalls. Just be careful because exploring the savanna plateau M can be tricky due to the steep cliffs.
Desert Village and the Mesa
On the north side of the savanna plateau M, you’ll be able to see the beginning of the orange clay and red sand that makes up the mesa. When you walk toward it, you’ll find a desert village on the eastern edge of the mesa. (-1194 / 69 / -885)
This village also doesn’t have a blacksmith, but it makes up for it by being next to an abandoned mineshaft in the mesa. This mineshaft has two chest minecarts right on the surface. You can get lapis lazuli, a gold apple, and a name tag from these chests.
Explore the mineshaft tunnels to find more chests. The mineshaft continues into the desert to give you plenty of room to look.
You can continue deeper into the mesa biome to search caves for patches of gold signature to mesas, and perhaps you’ll even come to more mineshafts. The opportunities on this seed are endless.