A Unique Travel Company

Impact Safari designs and develops travel experiences for the new economy. 

Visit fascinating places and meet with leaders of change in their natural habitat. Travel with fellow social entrepreneurs, business leaders and investors in intimate, curated groups. Participate in workshops, round-tables, excursions and immersive experiences. Think of it as an exclusive trade mission combined with dedicated leadership programs. 

 Visit places like Bhutan, North America, Scandinavia, Israel & Palestine, and remote Australia, and meet those working for a better world. 

Check out our first safari to Bhutan, and register your interest for upcoming trips here


Impact Safari is a Small Giants venture. 


Our People


Passionate about education and social justice, Lillian worked previously as a corporate lawyer, speechwriter to a federal politician and as Development Director at Stand Up, a Jewish social justice organisation. She has a Masters of Law in Human Rights.


Kaj (pronounced Kai) has a passion for philosophy and learning, and until recently led The School of Life in Australia. A Humanitarian (Civil) Engineer by training, he previously worked at Engineers Without Borders Australia. He has a number of side-projects and lives in Melbourne's inner-west with his wife and son. 


Danny is the founder and CEO of Small Giants. Prior to Small Giants, Danny was the founding CEO of Engineers Without Borders and the CEO of Medivax. He has done some other cool stuff including being part of the team that broke the record for racing a solar car across Australia from Darwin to Adelaide.


Penny from Travel Managers has 20 years experience in the travel industry and specialises in travel arrangements for purpose-driven travellers. Penny has a passion for social impact and is Small Giants preferred travel agent. In her spare time, she is a keen hiker.

To move, to breathe, to fly, to float,
To gain all while you give,
To roam the roads of lands remote,
To travel is to live.
— Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875)