Doyang river is one of the most important river in the district. It is the biggest and longest rivers which run near the state’s southern boundary. The Angami people in whose area it rises calls it Dzu or Dzulu. t first flows almost due north, slightly turn towards east when it received an addition of Saju, an eastward parallel tributary.
Mount Tiyi is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Wokha, Nagaland. While you are in North East India exploring and having an adventure up in the mountains and freshwater rivers, Mount Tiyi is definitely one of the places to visit. With amazing folklores and beautiful scenic views, Mount Tiyi is both a hotpot for tourism and education.
Doyang River Wokha
Doyang River is one of the largest rivers of Nagaland. This long river is also called as Dzu or Dzulu by locals in Wokha District. The main tributaries of this river are Tsui, Tullo and Tishi. The Doyang River initiates from the north and goes on in an eastward direction to meet the Saju River, an eastward parallel tributary.
About 45 kilometers from Dimapur, Assam, you will find the tourist attraction, Liphanyan Governor’s Camp resting in the slopes of Wokha, Nagaland. The camp is close to the Doyang River and gives an excellent view of the meandering ways of the river amidst the mountains and valleys.
During your visit to Wokha you must visit Mount Tostu and the Cliff alongside, which is situated at an altitude of 1,250 m above sea level and offers a splendid view of the valley below. According to the local folklore this cliff is believed to be guarded by a giant snake and a crab.