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About Us – 7Senses Travel

We are a company with Polish-Georgian set up and strong international exposure, professionally driven by passion and passionate about the Post-Soviet states, Caucasus, mountaineering, trail running, traditionalmusic and anthropological context of culture.

With over 15 years of leadership and climbing experience gained on thetrails of Himalaya mountains, in the Caucasus, Alps, Altai, Tatra Mountains, Pamir and Tian-Shan, our team consists of different personalities that connect hard technical skills, broad historical and cultural knowledge with soft linguistic and communication abilities. We have been present in the Caucasus and Post-Soviet states since 2012 and gathered valuable contacts and experience on the ground to secure safe and full of excitement stay to all our customers!

Our Philosophy Explained

How often do we use our senses while we travel? All the time! Travelling means one big adventure to our 5 commonly known senses – hearing, taste, touch, sight and smell. But we do not have just five senses. Did you ever hear about vestibular and proprioception? Or are you a vestibular and proprioceptive sensory seeker? Do not know? Let us explain:

According to 7 Senses Foundation “The vestibular system explains the perception of our body in relation to gravity, movement and balance.” while “proprioception is the sense of the relative position of neighbouring parts of the body and strength of effort being employed in movement.”

In travel we are out there with new people, different souls, places, emotions, notes, tastes, mixing it up together, positioning us against the sensual experience and integrating it within ourselves. Proprioception and vestibular are quite useful here but we could also switch on intuition as a guide – you could be yourself or someone else, you could go by plan or rather not, you could keep on dancing, you could drink chacha, find another state of mind – you could discover your own 7thSenses in travel.

Through our Adventure in Soundtraditional music, Adventure in Sight & Touch & Motion mountaineering, trekking and running, Adventure in Taste & Smellfoodies & sommeliers, using intuition we will make you fall for our destinations, find your relation to space and explore your 7Senses with us! 

So are you a 7Senses seeker – we have got a special sensory diet for you :))) JOIN IN!

Our ambition is to bring to you best possible sensual experience via professionally trained guides, high communication competencies, deep knowledge in our areas of expertise and broad range of activities to stimulate your senses and development in travel.



Maja Lindner

Owner and team leader at 7Senses. Connected with media and entertainment industry, for the past 10 years have been working for Polish Public Broadcaster, Fox International Channel and Discovery Channels within Strategy and Business Development departments. Econometrician, alpinist and an educated musician. Studied in Poland and Germany. Organized or co-organized climbing expeditions to Kazbek, Elbrus, Ararat, Matterhorn, Mont Blanc, Grossglockner, Bielukha, Gestola and preparing for Ushba this year. Active in Beskid Guide Student Association at the Warsaw University of Technology, “Bridge to Georgia” Association, member of Alpenverein Austria. Plays cello and panduri, have been studying traditional music with local choirs in Georgia and Poland. In her spare time visits Polish TV to talk about her biggest passion – Georgia Podróże Zmysłami – Halo Polonia.

You will meet her on: Mountaineering & Trekking / Foodies & Sommeliers / Folk music / Trail Running with 7Senses. She speaks: Polish, Russian, English and German.



Klaudia Kosicińska

Guide – leader at 7Senses Travel. Involved into coordination of participatory budgeting project in Marneuli (Georgia) with “Inna Przestrzeń” Foundation. Student of ethnology and cultural anthropology at Eastern Europe Institute of University of Warsaw, with specialization in Caucasus. Interested in social and cultural politics of ex-Soviet Union in the Post-Soviet states, transformational processes and tourism analyzed from the anthropological angle. Connected with Kaukaz.net, commenting on current affairs in Armenia on an ongoing basis.

You will meet her on Foodies & Sommeliers/ Folk music/ Trail running with 7Senses. She speaks Polish, English and Russian.