"I had no idea what to expect or what to do when I got off the plane with my roommate as this was my first time to visit Ghana. Thankfully, Theo and George were at the airport awaiting our arrival. They quickly took our luggage, helped us safely to our temporary home, and made sure we were settled in before leaving us for the night.
Over the next several days the gentlemen helped us find transportation, negotiate cab fare, set up and maintain internet access, acquire cell phones, guided us through the busy streets of Accra, obtain permanent housing, and even offered cultural and historical information about the area.
Theo and George were always willing to spend time, even the entire day with us to help get the resources and supplies we needed before starting our student internships. They exceeded all our expectations and always went above and beyond to take care of us. I highly recommend HLG Company for any of your needs. I don’t know what I would have done without them. I know I am always safe in their hands."
Student from the University of Texas at Austin, USA
As a student studying abroad in Ghana, the tour guides of HLG Company have been extremely helpful. Upon arrival we were greeted by two friendly Ghanaians,
Theo and George, who immediately helped us with our luggage and took us to our lodging. They assisted us in getting anything we needed, such as groceries, internet access, cell phones and even permanent housing. They also provided vital cultural information and were very willing to discuss any topic we were curious about. The guides
are very knowledgeable about the culture and history of Ghana.
During the day-to-day activities the guides were very accommodating and took care of more than we asked for. They helped carry bags, jumped to fulfill any requests we had and ensured clear communication with other service providers. They went as far as to give us their telephone numbers to make themselves available in case we needed them in the evenings.
While settling in they were immensely helpful in navigating the busy city of Accra. They helped us negotiate fair prices for transportation and goods. Without them it would have been very difficult to utilize taxis and the local form of transportation, tro-tros. Having their help gave us a great sense of security.
Student from the University of Texas at Austin, USA January 2011