Seeped in history, the Chandragiri Fort in Kasaragod lies at the confluence of the Payaswini River and the Arabian Sea. This 17th century fort was built by Sivappa Naik of Bedanore. Situated atop hill ruins, people come here to watch the sunset from the ancient Kizhur Siva Temple at Chandragiri. While the nearby Bekal Fort is a tourist hotbed, those visiting this more serene location will be rewarded with a panoramic view of the lush landscape on display below.
Nearest railway station: Kasaragod, about 7 km
Nearest airport: Mangalore Airport (Karnataka) about 67 km
Latitude: 12.469012, Longitude: 75.003734
Distance from district headquarters: 2000 m South-East direction.