Gitta-Martula was the brain-child of two conservationists Cara Bradley and
Louis de Bruyn. Cara & Louis have wanted to help the wildlife in this area for some time and realized that there was a need for a rehabilitation facility.
This state-of-the-art wildlife rehabilitation centre was designed and built specifically for this purpose, with inside cages, outside enclosures and bomas, plus a veterinary clinic for emergency operations, and it has the support of local wildlife veterinarians.
This facility is situated just 250kms north-west of Johannesburg International Airport, in the heart of the true, malaria free, South African bushveld. This area is particularly interesting from a geological point of view, as well as for wildlife.