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Akwaaba! (Welcome) Joseph is my name but you can call me by my native name "Yaw" I was born and raised in the small but historically significant coastal community of Elmina. Elmina is located in the central region of Ghana and is one of the first sites of European settlement in West Africa. Due to this rich local history, at a young age I developed a passion for celebrating and learning more about my local and national culture. My many years of experience as a tour guide has allowed me to share my passion and knowledge of Ghanaian culture with others. I have been a guide and expedition leader for about 7 years now. I have led and organized tours for people of all ages and from different part of the globe. I love travelling, and excited to show the beauty, food and rich culture of Ghana to tourists worldwide. I am very enthusiastic, self-motivated and patient in work. I know how to communicate well with everybody and understand the important of listening and respecting my clients and others. I am very friendly, funny and an easy going person who welcomes people of all ages and different cultural backgrounds with a smile. I have experience in handling big or small groups, family etc. I have guided students groups from the UK, USA and other part of the world, I have worked with companies like Partner Ghana (Partner Schools Worldwide) West African Safaris etc. I hold a (First Aid Certification). And able to put people at ease and adjust to new environments. I possess a strong love nature and enjoy passing on this passion from my land to my clients in an exciting and educational manner which will leave them not only with a lasting memory of my country but also of myself. Working with me is all about fun, if you really want to explore Ghana and taste everything that my country has to offer try me and you will never regret.
Go on an amazing journey across Ghana's Cape Coast and Elmina towns, and get transported to some of the most incredible, unforgettable, and noteworthy sites here such as the Kakum Rainforest, the Slave Castle and walking town tour