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Earth has reached a critical state. We are on the brink of losing the final remains of our natural habitat. Rich culture, ancient wisdom and vital wilderness are rapidly becoming extinct. Is our progression towards de-humanisation of business, food, communication and learning disconnecting us from the internal animalé?

It is our mission to enhance the human experience, through meaningful connection to culture, wisdom and wilderness. Provoking a shift in the way we relate to existence. Impact adventures are a place you go, that never leaves you.

We tackle social and environmental challenges through exclusive experiences, masterminded with brilliant partners in the worlds most pristine locations. Access an unforgettable combination of nature-based action, brain-melting workshops and an atmosphere for powerful, human driven change.

Join explorers from across the world for an #impactadventure that will change your life forever.

 


FEATURED EXPEDITIONS

Solomon Islands 9 Days | Arnavon Islands July 4 2018

Solomon Islands
9 Days | Arnavon Islands
July 4 2018

French Polynesia 9 Days | Wayfinders September 22 2018

French Polynesia
9 Days | Wayfinders
September 22 2018

Australia 9 Days | Kimberley Desert October 08 2018

Australia
9 Days | Kimberley Desert
October 08 2018

Indonesia 9 Days | Mentawai Islands November 25 2018  

Indonesia
9 Days | Mentawai Islands
November 25 2018
 

UPCOMING INHABIT PROJECTS

Indonesia 3-5 Weeks | Mentawai Islands December 10 2018

Indonesia
3-5 Weeks | Mentawai Islands
December 10 2018

The Philippines 3-5 Weeks | Negros January 15 2019

The Philippines
3-5 Weeks | Negros
January 15 2019

 

JOURNAL SPOTLIGHT

Rogue Plastic December 2017 The Philippines

Rogue Plastic
December 2017
The Philippines

Rogue Plastic February 2017 The Philippines

Rogue Plastic
February 2017
The Philippines

 

 

it may challenge you. 
but what you discover, could change your life forever.
 

In the restoration of wild landscapes, we find nature.
Through the empowerment of others,
we find ourselves.

 

FROM THE JOURNAL