What are toilets like on Indiahikes treks?

Will I have to go out in the open to attend to nature’s calls? Will I need to dig out cat holes? What will women do if they need to go? What will the toilets be like? The questions are endless. Here in this video, Swathi puts all your concerns to rest.

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Swathi Chatrapathy is a journalist from Bangalore. She heads the content team at Indiahikes and runs a video show called Trek With Swathi. Writing, reading and trekking are up there on her list of favourite things!

6 thoughts on “What are toilets like on Indiahikes treks?

  1. I have been on the Roopkund trek, and we never had a Western toilet seat. There were dry and wet toilets, and I never had any problem.

    1. These Western toilets are something we have introduced recently. There are wet toilets where digging into the earth is difficult like at the Bhagwabhasa campsite.

      1. Honestly, wet and/or Indian toilets sound better than Western toilets. If somebody is fit enough to trek, he is also fit enough to squat and do his business – Indian style 🙂

        1. Hi Madhura, We have stopped the western toilets like you see in the video. It is going to be dry Indian toilets. 🙂

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