2020 can be your big travel year! Check out the number of long weekends it has

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As 2020 just kickstarted, nothing like a nice long weekend to combine a vacation with! If that’s something that you are eager to find out about, then look no further. 2020 definitely has a lot to offer.

2019 had 11 long weekends, whereas 2020 has about 17 potentially long weekends. From 5 days in April to a six-day holiday in August, November and may more, 2020 can just be your big travel year. This, of course, is dependent on the holidays that schools and companies follow in their annual calendars. But an exhaustive list always helps to plan in advance.

Check out the complete list.

Wednesday, 1 January – New Year
Thursday, 2 January – Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti (restricted)
If one takes Friday, 3 January, as an off, then the next two days are weekends.

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Friday, 21 Feb: Maha Shivratri
Saturday, 22 Feb
Sunday, 23 Feb

Saturday, 7 March
Sunday, 8 March
Monday, 9 March – Take the day off
Tuesday, 10 March – Holi

Thursday, 2 April – Ram Navami
Friday, 3 April- Take the day off
Saturday, 4 April and Sunday, 5 April
Monday – 6 April- Mahavir Jayanti

Friday, 10 April- Good Friday
Saturday, 11 April
Sunday, 12 April

Friday, 1 May- Labour Day/Maharashtra Day
Saturday, 2 May
Sunday, 3 May

Thursday, 7 May – Buddha Purnima
If one takes off on Friday then again can be combined with a Saturday and Sunday.

Saturday, 1 August
Sunday, 2 August
Monday, 3 August – Rakshabandhan

Saturday, 29 August
Sunday, 30 August – Muharram
Monday, 31 August – Onam

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Friday, 2 October – Gandhi Jayanti
Saturday, 3 October
Sunday, 4 October

Thursday, 29 October – Id-e-milad
Friday, 30 October – Take the day off
Saturday, 31 October
Sunday, 1 November

Friday, 13 November – Dhanteras
Saturday, 14 November – Diwali
Sunday, 15 November
Monday, 16 November – Bhaiduj

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Saturday, 28 November
Sunday, 29 November
Monday, 30 November – Guru Nanak Jayanti

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Friday, 25 December – Christmas
Saturday, 26 December
Sunday, 27 December
One day to be taken off on – Thursday, 31 January
Friday, 1 January 2020 – New Year

So, what are you waiting for? Its time to plan a vacation through the year.

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