There are several types of bathrooms found in campervans, ranging from wet baths to simple portable toilets. However, some people decide not to include a bathroom since they can take up a lot of build space and require more maintenance.
Here's an overview of the most common types of bathrooms found in campervans:
Wet Bath: A wet bath is a combined bathroom and shower area. The toilet, sink, and shower share the same space, and the entire area is designed to get wet.
Dry Bath: A dry bath is a separate bathroom and shower area (sometimes placed outside the van). The toilet, sink, and shower are in separate spaces, and the bathroom area is designed to stay dry.
Portable Toilet: Some campervans may have a portable toilet that can be removed and emptied as needed. These are often concealed in slide-outs, so they are hidden when not in use.
No Bathroom: Many campervans have no bathroom at all. Some people prefer to keep the build simple - or just don't like the idea of having a toilet in a van!