1980-2014 : VENEZUELA (Salto Angel, Roraima, Auyan Tepui, Rio Carau, Gran Sababna, Los Llanos, etc.)
What incredible adventure memories in this beautiful country with an amazing diversity! "Hard" treks like the Ayantepui with passages in the middle of fields of rattlesnakes, or the lost world of Roraima, walks that take you to the heart of the rainforest and its inestimable biodiversity like the one that leads to the Salto Angel, encounters of tribes still little touched by tourism upstream of the Rio Caura, or up the Orinoco, here, everything is possible, including passing life to death under the bullets of desperados in Caracas or elsewhere!If you want information to go immerse yourself in these landscapes without equivalent, you can leave me a message, I will answer you!
JANAUARY 2017 : WINTER RIDE IN RUSSIAN ALTAÏ
300 km on horseback in the Russian Altai, on the border of Mongolia, Kazakhstan and China, by -40 ° ... Meetings of agrarian peoples living between the Middle Ages and the 21 st century. Exceptional landscapes in which the wolf, the maral or the bear are still very present! A shamanic land with astonishing religious traditions, a culture that gives pride of place to the diphonic singers, it is a world still preserved as soon as one moves away from the route of the Tea or the Road of Silk that crosses it to join Mongolia then the China! Of course, the FSB (ex KGB) is present and we have paid the price! Fortunately Larysa is Russian! She was the only organisator of this trip !
AUGUST 2017 : SUMMER RIDE IN RUSSIAN ALTAÏ
19 days riding independently again in the Russian Altai, this adventure allowed to tread isolated lands where few humans have passed. It was the second meeting with these wonderful Altai horses able to cross the impassable.Rivers in flood, scree, taiga labyrinth, torrential rains, nothing will have been spared to the team that composed Larya and Guy.The two forest guides who accompanied them were men from the forest, hunters accustomed to live independently in the harsh conditions of the wilderness. Shamanism was their "religion" and whenever possible, they thanked their gods for giving them life in these extraordinary places. This ride was alo organised by Larysa. if you need informations or if you want that she organize your trip in these places constact us.