How? 
By incorporating a unique experience that is unlocked by a philanthropic donation, where each experience makes a positive impact.
For example:
- in Italy, donate to a kitchen caring for the homeless and in return, enjoy a cooking masterclass with a Michelin starred chef 
- in Chile, donate to puma conservation and track them in the wild
- in Indonesia, accompany an orangutan family rescued from deforestation of their natural habitat as they are released to a protected island
- in New Zealand, go sailing with an America's Cup winning sailor in return for a donation to his charity
- in Australia, fund an arts scholarship for a promising Aboriginal student and enjoy an exclusive session with an established artist from whom you can commission a work of art

All trips are 100% tailor-made, and focus on sustainable eco-luxury accommodation.

Trips can be any length, though the suggested itinerary for each region on www.impactdestinations.com are typically quite long, aimed at people with time on their hands. Prices for the suggested itineraries range from US$20,000 to US$120,000 per person.

Impact Destinations offers ten select locations, each with at least one exclusive philanthropic experience:

Australia  (fund an arts scholarship for a promising Aboriginal student and enjoy an exclusive session with an established artist from whom you can commission a work of art)

Canada and Alaska (fund salmon conservation and spend a day with a leading conservationist, learning from the expert) 

Chile, Argentina and Antarctica (track pumas in the wild with expert trackers after donating to puma conservation) 

Himalayas (track snow leopards in the wild with expert trackers after donating to snow leopard conservation)

Iceland and Arctic Circle  (track arctic foxes in the wild with expert trackers after donating to arctic fox conservation)

Indonesia (accompany an orangutan family rescued from deforestation of their natural habitat as they are released to a protected island)

Italy (donate to a kitchen caring for the homeless and in return, enjoy a cooking masterclass with a Michelin starred chef) 

Mexico and Central America (learn from expert marine biologists and conserve hammerhead sharks or spinner dolphins in Costa Rica) 

New Zealand (go sailing with an America's Cup winning sailor in return for a donation to his charity)

Southern Africa (whilst on safari in South Africa, witness a rhino relocation from a heavily poached reserve to a safe one in Botswana)