You may have noticed that we have translations of our home page in many languages. These translations were given as gifts to Easy Track Ghana by previous clients or personal friends of Steve Wilson, our international traveling co-founder. We did not pay a translation service for these pages.
Ghana is an English-speaking country, and all our guides speak English well. Ghana is surrounded on all 3 sides by French-speaking countries, so French is not uncommon, especially near the borders. As such, we also have some staff that speak French and English.
Twi is the most common of the native languages in Ghana and of course all our guides speak Twi, as well as other native languages. We therefore have a Twi translation for Ghanaians that encourages domestic tourism. Our Twi page is a unique message that is different from the other translated pages.
Understandably though, we do not have staff that speak any of the other languages you see translated. These pages are included as a convenience for those whom English is a second language.
As you can see we have hosted people from many places around the world and are comfortable with language issues that may arise. However, in the event that a translator is desired for your tour, we are very close to the University of Ghana at Legon. We are able to find appropriate translators through the Languages Department at the university that would be available to accompany any tour.