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PIX: Preity Zinta's South African holiday

November 22, 2017 10:31 IST

Stars go on the loveliest holidays -- exotic locations with a lot of adventure thrown in.
We bring you their travels in a special series.

Bani J had an amazing trip to Hong Kong.

Aamir Khan took his family to Italy for a holiday.

Parineeti Chopra had an awesome Australian vacation.

Kunal Kapoor took us on a road trip from Dharamsala to Kaza in Himachal Pradesh.

 

Television actors Suyyash Rai and Kishwer Merchant went on a trip to California.

Singer Kanika Kapoor visited Maldives.

This week, let's visit South Africa with Preity Zinta!

 

'What an unbelievable trip this is turning out to be - Love Love Love being in South Africa with the family,' Preity writes.

 

What is this about? Preity posts a picture of her husband Gene Goodenough and tells us.

'So we land in South Africa 4our first family holiday. Everyone is back at the hotel & my Pati Parmeshwar is here Ting !'

 

'You know you are having the trip of a lifetime when you go for a walk and see 3 Cheetah’s chilling on the dirt road,' Mrs Goodenough says of her African safari.

 

Posing at Lion's Head in Cape Town, Preity writes, 'The need to go a little higher after reaching the top of the mountain is motivation for this photo.'

 

Nothing beats the feeling of climbing the top of a mountain!

 

The start, the middle and the end of it all.

 

Posing from the Durbanville Hills, Preity wrote, 'There is a major drought currently so we thought that we should save water & drink wine instead.'

 

Preity confesses she is going to go back as a fan of South African wine and hospitality.

'A big thanks to the staff of #Durbanvillehills for an amazing day & experience #winetasting'

 

'This is what a wild traffic jam looks like,' she writes sharing a video.

 

Preity's mountain climbing challenge.

'Ain't no mountain high enough conquering #TableMountain & loving every moment of it'

 

 

After an hour and a half of hike, this is what the last 30 seconds looked like. 

Photographs: Kind courtesy, Preity Zinta/Instagram

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