Kaya Tours, led by CEO, Abeiku Santana over the weekend treated passengers onboard the MS Zaandam, one of Holland America Line’s most elegant cruise ships to an intriguing tour experience of parts of Western and Central regions when the vessel docked briefly at the Takoradi port.
Charged with the responsibility of handling the grounds operations after a short notice, Kaya Tours managed to pull off an incredible job of providing a delightful experience for the passengers.
“The thrilling and challenging part of it was the seven hours’ time limitation to put all logistics together, from vehicles, drivers, tour guides, visit to Cape Coast and Elmina Castles, visit to Fort Orange , visit to Bosomtwe Sam Fishing Harbour, visit to Bisa Aberwa Museum, Market Circle shopping , visit to the Art Craft market, food and beverages at Vienna Beach Resort, lunch at Oasis Beach Resort, organizing brass band, masqueraders, cultural dancers and many more,” Abeiku Santana said of the experience.
Santana expressed appreciation to stakeholders who helped to make the experience a seamless one.
He mentioned, “I commend and appreciate the cooperation among government stakeholders like the Ghana Tourism Authority, Western Regional Directorate, Ghana Ports and Habours Authority, Ghana Immigration Service, the Western Regional Police MTTU Commander, The Marine Police and even the Fishermen Association at Bosomtwe Sam fishing Habour.”
The MS Zaandam Holland America Line cruise ship is touring 24 countries across Africa in 74 days. The vessel has one thousand (1,000) persons onboard; four hundred (400) crew workers and six hundred (600) travellers.
The ship landed in Ghana on 4th December would head to Ivory Coast, Senegal and Cape Verde in the west coast of Africa. It had earlier docked in Tanzania, Maputo in Mozambique and other ports in the Eastern and Southern African countries.
“The splendid remarks from the tourists about the service quality delivery and professionalism gives me more confidence in the wonderful team that works with me,” the CEO stated.