Ella is a tiny town controlled by an Urban Council in the Badulla District of Uva Province, Sri Lanka. It is located roughly 200 kilometres east of Colombo at an elevation of 1,041 meters above sea level. The area boasts a diverse bio-diversity, with a wide range of vegetation and animal. Ella is bordered by cloud forests and tea plantations on the hillsides. Because of its height, the town enjoys a colder temperature than the neighbouring plains. The Ella Gap provides views of Sri Lanka’s southern lowlands. Ravana Cave, which is linked to King Ravana of the classic Indian epic Ramayana, is a noteworthy sight in Ella.
The country has two different seasons: dry and rainy. To comprehend Sri Lanka’s climate, one must first get acquainted with its monsoon seasons – the southwest monsoon and the northeastern monsoon.
The former gives rain to Sri Lanka’s southwestern area between May and November and remains dry from December to April. The latter gives rain to Sri Lanka’s northern and eastern coastal regions between October and January but remains dry between May and September.