2023 is here and so this year brings along long weekends to complete your bucket list and plan holidays and vacations with your family, friends, and loved ones. Who doesn’t mind an extra day off to enjoy quality time with family?
This year brings special holidays with long weekends to plan better and prepare your holiday calendar for 2023.
Here, we bring you every month-long weekend in 2023 to book your dates and plan your trips.
2023 Long Weekends List
Every month is filled not only with different weather but also with long weekends to enjoy and have fun, you just need to plan your destination as per your choice and pocket.
The month of August weekends and September weekends are filled with holidays and need to be planned before train or flight tickets to avoid the last minutes of chaos.
|January||26th January||Thursday||Republic Day|
|27th January||Friday||Take Day OFF|
|9th March||Thursday||Take Day OFF|
|10th March||Friday||Take Day OFF|
|April||7th April||Friday||Good Friday|
|May||5th May||Friday||Buddha Purnima|
|30th June||Friday||Take Day OFF|
|14th August||Monday||Take Day OFF|
|15th August||Tuesday||Independence Day|
|16th August||Wednesday||Parsi New Year|
|28th August||Monday||Take Day OFF|
|30th August||Wednesday||Raksha Bandhan|
|8th September||Friday||Take Day OFF|
|18th September||Monday||Take Day OFF|
|19th September||Tuesday||Ganesh Chaturthi|
|2nd October||Monday||Gandhi Jayanti|
|23rd October||Monday||Take Day OFF|
|13th November||Monday||Govardhan Pooja|
|14th November||Tuesday||Bhai Dooj|
You just have to take off 9 days in a year to enjoy your travel and vacations as the year 2023 is full of long weekends to enjoy. So, when you are planning your long weekend trip don’t forget to share with us.
Copyright: © Ruchi Verma
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