Haridwar-Tungnath-Deoriatal-Badri Narayan in October

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#91 Sep 13th, 2017, 19:28
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Originally Posted by arupratan ghosh View Post That's why it's quite risky to walk inside the forest just beside the taal Forest on the opposite direction , towards Sari is a safer option
why? Do you get better quality bushes there???

I would prefer a clean and 'covered' toilet there...if tents are unable to provide that, will have to look for the other two accommodations.

@Sindabad, just read your travelogue, fantastic writeup and photographs. You did mention the concrete building near the tal. May be we can try that too!
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Originally Posted by arupratan ghosh View Post That's why it's quite risky to walk inside the forest just beside the taal Forest on the opposite direction , towards Sari is a safer option
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Originally Posted by Joydtraveller View Post why? Do you get better quality bushes there???

I would prefer a clean and 'covered' toilet there...
No, no, not for better bushes My above reply to Himadri was made on a lighter note. I just tried to say that the area behind the room of the forest guard is comparatively cleaner than areas of the forest next to the lake

I don't know your perception about toilet tents. This is what we saw - it is basically an empty tent which they pitch near your tent after you reach there. It certainly provides a covered area, but has no toilet accessories (& no water too) . So once you use the toilet , it would not remain a clean one for the rest of your stay.
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Don't bother to pre-book FRH etc. The forest guard can provide you the keys against requisite fees. Otherwise there is a dhaba and dhabawala provides tent+sleeping bags on rent. And he will install the tent. Another option is permanent tent. And the dhabawala can accommodate few people inside the dhaba itself. You can also get tents and sleeping bags on rental from sari gaon.
And you have to manage the night...for the nature calls. One should not go into forest side at night. During daytime, no problem for family or groups. Solo is a bit risky. Hence don't go alone.
Arup-da explained it rightly about the toilet tents. There will be a digged up portion, and once it's done, put some soil on it, may not be a comfortable solution who are not familiar.
This dhabawala can provide water can/mug. But keep a stock of tissue rolls. You require these in tungnath also. (The kali kamli guesthouse have wc, but tissue paper will be required.) And don't forget to carry a bed sheet there.
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Yes, I agree with rajatchakraborty. You need not to book anything for Deoria tal. Just go & check the options available. We also didn't pre-book anything there. Just a call from Tungnath a day before & everything was arranged. I traveled there with Mrs & Junior & during peak tourist season
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ok...thanks for making me understand the nature of the toilet tent. Will try to keep the options open.

And regarding tissue papers, we are stocking up!
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