Toilets vary from pits (quite literally) to full-flush, luxury conveniences that can spring up in the most unlikely places.
Nearly all hotels sport flushable sit-down toilets, but seats in cheaper places may be a rare commodity – either they’re a prized souvenir for trophy hunters or there’s a vast stockpile of lost lids somewhere…
Public toilets in towns are almost equally rare, but there are a few slightly less-than-emetic pay conveniences in Nairobi if you’ve only got a penny to spend.
In upmarket bush camps you may be confronted with real toilets or a long drop covered with some sort of seating arrangement.
Things are less pleasant when camping in the wildlife parks. Squatting on crumbling concrete is common.
When trekking it’s good practice to take soiled toilet paper out of the park with you (consider carrying sealable bags for this purpose).