Doyang River is one of the biggest streams of Nagaland. This long waterway is likewise called as Dzu or Dzulu by local people in Wokha District. The primary tributaries of this waterway are Tsui, Tullo and Tishi. The Doyang River starts from the north and goes ahead an eastbound way to meet the Saju River, an eastbound parallel tributary. Doyang River at that point enters Zunheboto locale in a north-western bearing and continues to shape a conspicuous limit line between the territories of Sema and Lotha. You can come to visit this place.
On the western side of Litami, the stream takes a westbound swing to at long last enter the Wokha District. Various little slope streams from different locale converge into the waterway of Doyang. This stream is imperative to the whole territory of Nagaland as it gives abundant water to water system and different purposes. Doyang River is one of the real places to visit with its encompassing woods and water sports alternatives. You can likewise do waterway angling and appreciate a great cookout by the banks of Doyang River. Best time to visit this place during the months of October to February when the climate is cool, agreeable with no precipitation.