Parents with their daughter plunge to their deaths at waterfall in South Africa

The Prinsloo family 
By: Devansh Dutt 

A wedding anniversary vacation turned out to be their last for a couple and their teen daughter, according to rescue workers in South Africa.

The couple, who were celebrating their 14th wedding anniversary along with their daughter, lost their lives while trying to cross the top of a waterfall in South Africa.

The couple and their teen daughter are understood to have been holding hands as they fell 30 meters to their deaths on the rocks below in the remote place on Friday.

The victims are Pieter Prinsloo, 38, his wife Adele, 34, and their 13-year-old daughter Shante, from Johannesburg, South Africa.

They were found hours later, by rescuers after falling from the cliff of the Rietfontein Falls.

Holiday lodge owner Shawne Botha, confirmed that the family resided at his Sabi Star Chalets in the eastern province of Mpumalanga, when they died.

He said that the family went for a walk after checking into the hostel, which is located near the famous Kruger National Park, in South Africa.