Though the topic is very unpleasant, the questions regarding mountain toilets will come to mind before your climb.
The traditional loos are wooden huts. Trekkers feel little difficulty to use them. So those have been replaced?
Now there are two options for the toilet – Trekkers can use the new improved toilets which are at each camp.Can use a private toilet carried up by our porters. (the costs are little high).
Usually, trekkers prefer to use the private toilet.
What is a private toilet like on Kilimanjaro?
A private tent is clean, doesn’t smell. They are made from plastic, have a seat and flush mechanism. They are placed inside a little toilet tent. So privacy is well-maintained. The new Kilimanjaro toilets are also great. They are big and clean. They offer western-style toilet. The floors and walls are tiled. If the campsites remain busy, then they are not perfect.
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