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A bear in Inanda, not something you would expect on a normal autumn day, let alone the famous "Smokey The Bear" - Mascot of the US Forestry Service. 

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Jeffery Buthelezi, centre manager and cultural guide at Durban Green Corridor’s iSithumba Adventure Centre in the Valley of 1000 hills has been named the Lilizela Tourism Awards Best Cultural Guide for the province of KwaZulu-Natal.

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Sometimes the best treasures are right here on your doorstep, if you’re a Durbanite that is. If you’re planning to visit Durban, well then, be assured, there is a whole lot more to this city than just beautiful beaches. Here are seven places we think are pretty amazing …..and not so far off the beaten track. (We have recently updated this popular article with two extra Durban treasures we just had to tell you about) 

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You would think the best picnic spots in Durban would be on the beach but no, if you look a little further you will soon realise there is a whole eco-system of natural beauty just waiting to be enjoyed. 

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Text and photos By Dean Issacs 

On Sunday, 17th April, Arn De Haas, Paul Nel and I arrived at the Durban Green Corridors Enanda Adventure Centre in Inanda for a ride on their trails around the dam. We arrived at 6.30am and were met by Warren Quinn, the Sports Development Manager for Durban Green Corridors, three of the guides from the site, Gabi, Steve and Mellie and half dozen or so enthusiastic local kids from the MTB academy.

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