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1000 Hills tourism support for 2021 Dusi

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Debbie Lewis (competing her 19th Dusi this year); veteran paddler and former Dusi K2 winner, Thulani Mbanjwa (carrying canoe), who is competing in his 21st Dusi this year; defending champ, K2, Khumbulani Nzimande (competing in his seventh race this year, seen wearing slops and khaki shorts); and Msawenkhosi Mtolo (competing in his sixth race this year). Picture: Supplied

The Valley of a 1000 Hills Community Tourism Organisation is supporting the 2021 MyLife Dusi Canoe Marathon taking place this weekend (March 18-20), offering special deals and activities for Dusi participants and supporters.

2021 is the 70th anniversary of the iconic race, however the Covid-19 regulations means limited interaction associated with the Dusi this year.

The Valley of a 1000 Hills Community Tourism Organisation members are adding value to the event by offering a range of special activities and deals – especially for families and supporters – while the race is taking place.

Steam Railway

Of special mention is the Umgeni Steam Railway which has trips over the Dusi weekend: These are on Saturday, March 20 at 12.30am and Sunday, March 21 at 8.30am and 12.30pm, departing from and returning to Stokers Arms in Kloof, with a stop at Inchanga Station where one can browse around the Inchanga community market.

• To find out about these and other things to do in the area – visit The Valley of a 1000 Hills Community Tourism Organisation website.

• Booking for the Umgeni Steam Railway

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