Audrey is French and originally from the South Alp. Having a wanderlust she has explored some of the more isolated regions of our planet crossing on foot or horseback the mountains chain of Papua, Pamir Kyrgyz, the Carpates, a part of the Andes, the Caucasus. She also trekked through Mongolia, Patagonia and a few islands lost in the archipelago of Maluku and Celebes, Philippines, Lofoten or Australes Islands; she is equally at home in the Jordanian desert, by the Euphrates in Syria, in the fjords of New Zealand. She spent several weeks canoeing on the Amazonian rivers in French Guyana or Surinam. In between trips she worked 3 years in South America as a space engineer and then in Germany. Since then, passionate about ethnic Caucasians and the history of the Tush people, the last semi-nomads of Georgia, she decided to move to Tusheti, in the Caucasus, where she and Gia founded her company. After a break she started again her activities from spring 2017 with some pioneering expeditions and self sufficient treks extended to the whole Southern slopes of the Caucasus Mountains. She recognized each itinerary she offers from Azerbaijan to Abkhazia. She guides you through amazing, remote and very secluded places, plenty of beauties with historical and ethnical interests.
She also starts a trainee to become an equestrian shiatsu practitioner. She is also getting the degrees of the horsemanship diploma (La Cense method).