Chandragiri Fort arranged on the banks of Chandragiri River is a seventeenth century Fort spread crosswise over 7 sections of land, now in ruins.In prior days, the Chandragiri River was thought to be the outskirt of two effective kingdoms Kolathunadu and Thulunadu. At the point when Thulunadu was caught by the Vijayanagara Empire, the Kolathunadu rulers lost the Chandragiri district to them. Amid the decrease of the Vijayanagara Empire the territory was officially taken care of by the Keladi Nayakas of Ikkeri. At the point when the Vijayanagara Empire fell in the sixteenth century, Vengappa Nayaka proclaimed freedom. The fortress changed hands throughout the years from Shivappa Nayak to Hyder Ali of Mysore and after that to the British. Presently it is a secured landmark under the State Archeology Department. The Fort offers a stunning perspective of the River, Arabian Sea and the Sunset from Vintage Point. House vessel voyage through the pleasant chandragiri waterway will be a life-changing background for the sightseers.