Are you traveling to Panamá? Consider  one of our "Conservation Tours". These single afternoon to multi-day tours are a way for our organization to fundraise by showing you who we are, what we do and why the tropical the ecosystem is so important.

Our executive staff donates their time for these tours. 100% of the funds (after cost) go directly to field projects. This tradition and use of ecotourism to fund field projects originated with the inception of our organization in 2012 and continues as a valuable revenue source for Conservación Panamá.

If you are planning a trip to Panamá and would like to particiapte in one of our ecotours, please do not hesitate to contact our Executive director: EZEKIEL JAKUB for details or a quote for your customized trip.

**PLEASE NOTE** Prices listed above are for groups of 6 people or less or up to 10. These are NOT prices per person, these are group prices. The prices listed above are for a guide only. If you are interested in a guided tour including logistics (food, transportation and/or hotel) please contact Ezekiel for a quote.

Stephen A. Jakub Memorial Fund

Conservation Tourism - PANAMA

Support Us

Design by Humans: Purchase one of our custom designed T-shirts on this site and we will receive a percentage of each purchase directly to our general fund. This is a great way to show your support.

Follow the link (Amazon Smile) and select Conservación Panamá Inc. We will receive a percentage of every AMAZON purchase you make.

Other ways to contribute:

The best way to help our organization is a donation to our general fund. This allows us the flexibility to direct your generous donation to where its needed at the time its received. 

You are also given an opportunity to direct your donation to a specific program that particularly interests you. Thank you so much for considering Conservación Panamá. 


Stephen A. Jakub (1952 - 2020) was a life-long educator and nature enthusiast. He served the students of Greenfield, Massachusetts for 34 years as a public school teacher and coach, and was a member of the state curriculum development team that created the Massachusetts Health Frameworks.

Following his retirement in 2010, Stephen put his passion for science and teaching to use as a volunteer, leading Conservación Panama’s science curriculum development. He was especially interested in extra-curricular science, technology, math, and engineering (STEM) for marginalized and impoverished students in remote areas of Panama (Donoso region, Mosquito Coast, Caribbean slope). 

Donations to the Stephen A. Jakub Memorial Fund will support the initiatives of Conservación Panama to bring STEM-based education, equipment, and experiences to students in the most remote parts of Panama. We seek to honor Stephen’s memory by providing students with hands-on experience with science while also providing mentoring and tutoring services for students in need.