Easy Track Ghana is a licensed community-based travel services business with a goal of helping the local community while providing memorable tours to visitors to Ghana. We practice responsible tourism and keep all earned revenue in Ghana, spreading it widely throughout the community.
Easy Track Ghana began as a poverty-alleviation project in Ghana between trusted partners. After meeting for the incredible total solar eclipse of 2006 and traveling together as guide and guest, Jessie and Steve arranged tours for a few adventurous travelers who contacted Steve via his blog from this amazing 2006 trip. It was immediately confirmed that Jessie had extraordinary skills as a guide and cultural liaison, and we established a small tour company.
From this initial partnership, Jessie and Steve have brought together an extraordinary team of guides and support staff that want to give you the best experience possible in Ghana. Our native Ghanaian staff has a combined experience of over 50 years of working with foreign guests in West Africa. The Easy Track team is certainly among the best available to show you life in Ghana.
Our co-founders, Jessie Aboagye and Steve Wilson, also take their commitment to assisting African families very seriously. Our community-based endeavour is helping many in our impoverished area, as well as allowing us to escort guests to remote schools and clinics throughout Ghana to make contributions both large and small.
Easy Track Ghana, Ltd. is a jointly-owned LLC, licensed by the Ghana Tourism Authority. Owned and operated by:
Citizen of the Republic of Ghana
Jessie has worked variously as a mechanic, driver and a guide for tourists. He speaks seven local languages, in addition to English. He and his family have interacted with many Westerners and have an excellent understanding of their cultural differences. He clearly knows the special needs that visitors have for comfort, sanitation and privacy. Jessie has visited over a dozen of Ghana's national parks and wilderness areas, and will sometimes refer to Kakum National Park as his second home. He has worked with the TransCAP Foundation of the USA, providing contacts and assistance with the distribution of supplies. With his excellent disposition, safe driving record and intense client focus, his presence will greatly enhance your Ghana experience.
Citizen of the United States of America
Steve has been a lifelong traveler, visiting five continents and many countries in Africa. He has experienced the range of travel services available and has a keen appreciation for the needs of travelers and the comforts and activities they expect. As Vice-President of the TransCAP Foundation of the USA, he has provided educational and medical supplies to schools, orphanages and clinics in Ghana. Steve is also the North American representative for the Volunteer Partnerships for West Africa, a Ghanaian NGO providing projects for volunteers from abroad. Steve's expertise as a traveler and his ability to communicate with clients is an essential asset in our plan for personalized one-on-one service. During his time in Ghana, Steve has visited every region of Ghana and has an elementary understanding of the Twi and Ewe languages.