How to get there:
All Windflower properties are easily approachable, and yet incredibly secluded. Windflower Mysore has an unbeatable location and is just 5 minutes away from the main palace, 2 minutes from the Mysore Zoo and iconic Race Course and Golf Club.
By Air: Mandakalli Airport has direct flights operating to Bangalore and Chennai.
By Train: The Wi-Fi enabled Mysore station is well connected to most major cities.
By Bus: Volvo buses travel to-and-fro from Bangalore to Mysore every 10 minutes.
Things to see around: Click Here
Jaganmohana Mysore Palace and Art Gallery: Experience old-world glory at the Jaganmohana palace. It houses some of finest examples of a culture at its peak in its art gallery, with traditional gold-leaf paintings and iconic photographs, as well as canvasses by Raja Ravi Varma and Svetoslav Roerich. - (4.kms)
Chamundi Hills: Named after Mysore's patron Goddess, Chamundeshwari, it is believed that here is where she slayed the demon Mahishasura. These hills come alive during Dusshera when the Goddess's idol is carried up to the summit on an Elephant, with much pomp, fare and prayer. – (8.kms)
Srirangapatna: A short drive from Mysore, Srirangapattna is a town of immense Religious and Historical Significance. Whosoever captured its Fort stood to rule the Kingdom, from the Mysore Wodeyars, who asserted their Independence from the Vijayanagara empire, to the short-lived reign of Haider Ali and Tipu Sultan. Visit the ancient Temple dedicated to Sri Ranganathaswamy, one of Lord Vishnu's avtars, or head 27 km upstream to take in the stunning Shivanasamudra Falls.
Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary: The Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, located 16 km away from Mysore, is a haven for Bird-watchers and Nature lovers. Watch flocks of Painted Storks, White- Headed Ibises and Spoonbills forage in the shallow waters of the Kaveri, amidst droves of the threatened water-lily species, Iphigenia mysorensis. - (24.km)
Bylekuppe Tibetan Monastery: The second largest Tibetan monastery outside of Tibet, the Mahayana temple has 60 ft gilded idols of Buddha Amiteyas, his son Chadraprabha, and consort Queen Bhadrapalika. - (78.kms)
Dubare Elephant Camp: Feed, Bathe and sit atop Elephants in this lush jungle camp across the Kaveri river. – (98.kms)
Madikeri: This beautiful, misty town fringed by the Abbe Falls and Kotebetta is renowned for its spices as much as for its history. A day trip includes a visit to the Mercara Fort and Raja seat, the strong-hold of Kodava Kings. - (130.kms)