How the youngest billionaire in the world, 20-year-old Alexandra Andresen, travels

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As a three-time junior dressage riding champion, it's probably safe to say that Alexandra Andresen's preferred mode of transportation is a horse. But as the world's youngest billionaire — she's worth $1.17 billion — she has many more options available to her, from zip lines to luxury air travel.

Here's what it's like to travel the world as a 20-year-old billionaire.

Alexandra Andresen is worth $1.17 billion.

 

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Her family is known in Norway for Tiedemanns, a tobacco brand, as well as Ferd, an investment company that she now owns 42% of. 

 

Her fortune allows for frequent travel.

 

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As a dressage rider, most of her Instagram posts feature horses.

 

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Other animals occasionally make an appearance through her trips around the world, like on this visit to Africa.

 

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She's gone zip lining from the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, India.

 

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And snorkeling in Greece.

 

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Sometimes her travels take her to remote locations, like the continental rift between the Eurasian and American plate near Iceland.

 

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Other times, she stays local by taking the Fjordline ferry from Norway to Denmark.

 

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Her boyfriend, Joachim Tollefsen, occasionally tags along.

 

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Traveling with an unlimited budget definitely has its perks.

 

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