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Doyang River

Wokha

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Doyang River Overview

Ranked 1 of 7 sightseeing in Wokha

The Doyang River is one of the biggest and longest rivers located in the Wokha District and is also called Dzu or Dzulu by the local people. Tsui, Tullo and Tishi are the main tributaries of this river. The Doyang River originates from the north and then turns towards east and meets the Saju River. The combined water of the Keleki and Tangki streams flow into the Tsui, whereas the Tishi joins the river in Sema area.

This river enters Zunheboto district flowing towards north-west and forms a boundary line amidst Sema and Lotha areas. Travelling through Koro village, the river falls in the Dhansiri River of Assam valleys. Tourists can also visit the nearby Pangti village, where the modern system of cultivation like terrace is being implemented.
 

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 2-3hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Nabin Dutta

Nabin Dutta4.3/5

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Exotic natural place to visit

It's been awhile since I've been here. Doyang offers you with surplus variety in flora and fauna. Quiet and peaceful place with lot to unveil. Be it sitting on the bank of river fishing or wandering in jungles exploring new species you have a perfect natural and beautiful destination in Doyang which you must play your gamble on.