• What is Japan's climate like?

    Eastern Japan has hot and humid summers and cold winters with very heavy snow on the Sea of Japan side and in mountainous areas. Western Japan has very hot and humid summers (with temperatures sometimes reaching 35 oC or above) and moderate cold winters. Okinawa and Amami have a subtropical oceanic climate.
    What is Japan's climate like? Eastern Japan has hot and humid summers and cold winters with very heavy snow on the Sea of Japan side and in mountainous areas. Western Japan has very hot and humid summers (with temperatures sometimes reaching 35 oC or above) and moderate cold winters. Okinawa and Amami have a subtropical oceanic climate.
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  • “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?”
    Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.”
    #HIGHLIGHTS
    Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world
    Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves”
    Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people
    Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park
    Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization
    The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural
    Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience
    Professional organization and high-quality services.
    #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
    “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?” Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.” #HIGHLIGHTS Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves” Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience Professional organization and high-quality services. #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
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  • “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?”
    Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.”
    #HIGHLIGHTS
    Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world
    Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves”
    Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people
    Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park
    Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization
    The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural
    Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience
    Professional organization and high-quality services.
    #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
    “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?” Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.” #HIGHLIGHTS Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves” Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience Professional organization and high-quality services. #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
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  • “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?”
    Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.”
    #HIGHLIGHTS
    Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world
    Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves”
    Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people
    Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park
    Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization
    The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural
    Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience
    Professional organization and high-quality services.
    #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
    “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?” Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.” #HIGHLIGHTS Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves” Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience Professional organization and high-quality services. #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
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  • “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?”
    Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.”
    #HIGHLIGHTS
    Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world
    Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves”
    Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people
    Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park
    Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization
    The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural
    Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience
    Professional organization and high-quality services.
    #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
    “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?” Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.” #HIGHLIGHTS Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves” Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience Professional organization and high-quality services. #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
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  • “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?”
    Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.”
    #HIGHLIGHTS
    Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world
    Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves”
    Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people
    Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park
    Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization
    The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural
    Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience
    Professional organization and high-quality services.
    #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
    “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?” Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.” #HIGHLIGHTS Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves” Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience Professional organization and high-quality services. #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
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  • “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?”
    Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.”
    #HIGHLIGHTS
    Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world
    Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves”
    Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people
    Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park
    Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization
    The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural
    Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience
    Professional organization and high-quality services.
    #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
    “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?” Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.” #HIGHLIGHTS Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves” Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience Professional organization and high-quality services. #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
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  • “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?”
    Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.”
    #HIGHLIGHTS
    Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world
    Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves”
    Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people
    Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park
    Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization
    The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural
    Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience
    Professional organization and high-quality services.
    #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
    “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?” Leigh Mallory: “Because it’s there.” #HIGHLIGHTS Everest climb: the greatest glory of the mountaineering world Khumbu Icefall “The glacier which moves” Experience of cultural bio-diversity of Nepal and its people Discovery of Sagarmatha National Park Ascent of Island Peak 6189M & Lobuche Peak, 6119 meters, as pre-acclimatization The Sherpa People and their villages, culture, and architectural Wonderful stay at Everest Base Camp: a lifetime experience Professional organization and high-quality services. #everestexpedition2023 #14summitsexpeditions #everestexpeditionsnepal #Bookingopen #Nepal
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  • Everest Camp III 7300M to Everest Camp IV 8400M Episode 1 of 5 (via the Khumbu Icefall)
    Welcome along to Everest climb with Episode 3 taking you from Camp 3 to Camp 4. We leave Basecamp in the early hours of the morning and climb up through the legendary Khumbu Icefall to reach Camp 4.
    Episodes 2 - 5 continue the journey up the mountain one camp at a time, past the all famous features and landmarks such as the Western Cwm, Nuptse, Lhotse Face, Yellow Band, Geneva Spur, South Col and of course all of summit day too!
    I hope you enjoy watching the videos! #everestexpedition #Everestexpeditionsnepal
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    Everest Camp III 7300M to Everest Camp IV 8400M Episode 1 of 5 (via the Khumbu Icefall) Welcome along to Everest climb with Episode 3 taking you from Camp 3 to Camp 4. We leave Basecamp in the early hours of the morning and climb up through the legendary Khumbu Icefall to reach Camp 4. Episodes 2 - 5 continue the journey up the mountain one camp at a time, past the all famous features and landmarks such as the Western Cwm, Nuptse, Lhotse Face, Yellow Band, Geneva Spur, South Col and of course all of summit day too! I hope you enjoy watching the videos! #everestexpedition #Everestexpeditionsnepal .
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  • One of the highly demanded trekking destinations by trekkers around the globe, Everest Base Camp trek marks itself as one of the most thrilling & challenging adventures in the World. Following the trail full of dramatic mountain views, glaciers & Sherpa settlements away from the bustle, this trek is something that'll enthrall you in the beauty of life in the Himalayas. There is no other attainment like trekking to Everest Base camp for all the adventure lovers. Every year, thousands of trekkers visit Nepal with the yearning of standing on the Base Camp of the World's tallest mountain, Mount Everest (8848). During the trek, you can relish the mesmerizing views of Mount Everest (8,848m) along with the fourth & fifth highest peaks i.e. Mt.Lhotse (8,516m) & Mt.Makalu (8,481m) from Kala Patthar (5644m). Kala Patthar is the highest viewpoint of the trek at an elevation of 5644m. Passing through several suspension bridges, hidden Buddhist Monasteries, ancient Sherpa villages, the trek takes you into the heart of welcoming admirable Sherpa culture.
    The trek begins with a thrilling flight to Lukla, then passes through villages like Namche Bazaar, Dingboche, Pangboche, etc before taking you to the Base Camp. The trek is once in a lifetime opportunity to observe and learn the lifestyle and culture of the renowned Sherpa community. You can also witness several flora and faunas as the trek lies inside Sagarmatha national park.
    The perfect consolidation mountains with the incredible trekking facilities and hospitable people, nowhere on the earth can there be such place except in the wonderland of Himalayas, Nepal. Trekking to Everest Base Camp is a great opportunity for all the trekkers to venture on the journey that Tenzing Norgay Sherpa & Sir Edmund Hillary set off in 1953 A.D. One can divulge the hidden potency within themselves & make remembrances of a lifetime through this journey to Everest Base Camp.

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