If you are not able to enjoy long holidays in 2021, then do not worry, in this new year i.e. 2022, you can enjoy long weekend holidays. These long holidays in 2022 are sure to be loved by strollers like you. In this article, we are going to tell you the list of long weekend holidays falling in 2022, as well as information about places to visit, which you can plan for these holidays.

Long weekend in January 2022 – Long weekend in January 2022


January 14 – Makar Sankranti
15 January – Saturday
16 January – Sunday
26 January – Republic Day
January 27 – Thursday (can take leave)
January 28 – Friday (can take leave)
29 January – Saturday
30 January – Sunday

Places To Visit : Ahmedabad, Gujarat for International Kite Festival; Bikaner, Rajasthan for the Bikaner Camel Fair; Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir; Skiing Trip to Auli, Uttarakhand; Kutch Gujarat to White Desert.

Long weekends in February 2022 – Long weekends in February 2022


Like every year, this year also there is no long weekend in February, but yes, March has a long weekend ready for you, where you can plan a mini vacation. If you are planning to travel somewhere in February, then you can definitely go to these places.

Places to visit: Goa; Taj Mahal Agra; Kaziranga National Park, Assam; Udaipur, Rajasthan ; one of the oldest cities in India, Varanasi; Jaisalmer, Rajasthan ; Jodhpur, Rajasthan ; Khajuraho of Madhya Pradesh.

Long weekends in March 2022 – Long weekends in March 2022


26 February – Saturday
February 27 – Sunday
February 28 – Monday (can take leave)
1st March – Mahashivratri
March 18 – Holi
March 19 – Saturday
March 20 – Sunday

Places to visit: Vrindavan-Mathura for Holi; Ooty for the beautiful views; Ranthambore, Rajasthan for wildlife exploration; Sikkim for a peaceful place; Mount Abu for pilgrimage; Hampi is famous for its ruins.

Long weekends in April 2022 – Long weekends in April 2022


14 April – Mahavir Jayanti / Vaisakhi / Dr. Ambekar Jayanti
15 April – Good Friday
April 16 – Saturday
April 17 – Sunday

Places To Visit : Jammu and Kashmir for grand views and cool weather; Madhya Pradesh to Pench National Park; Udaipur for its rich heritage; Kodaikanal for tracking; Gulmarg for skiing; Kaziranga National Park in Assam; Nashik to Sula Vineyards; Lakshadweep for blue sea and beaches; Coorg for fresh air.

Long weekends in May 2022 – Long weekends in May 2022


April 20 – Saturday
May 1 – Sunday
May 2 – Friday (may take leave)
May 3 – Eid-ul-Fitr
May 14 – Saturday
15 May – Sunday
May 16 – Buddha Purnima

Places to visit: Rishikesh, Uttarakhand; Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu ; Mussoorie, Uttarakhand ; Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh; Kalimpong, West Bengal ; Ooty, Tamil Nadu ; Wayanad, Kerala ; Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh.

Long Weeks in June 2022 – Long weekends in June 2022


Like every year, this year also there will be no long weekend in June, but August will definitely have a long weekend for you.

Long Holidays in July 2022 – Long weekends in July 2022


July 1 – Rath Yatra
July 2 – Saturday
July 3 – Sunday

Places To Visit : The spectacular Puri Rath Yatra, Odisha; Ladakh; Valley of Flowers National Park, Uttarakhand; Spiti Valley – For hill lovers, Himachal Pradesh; Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh ; Home of Lord Shiva – Amarnath, Jammu and Kashmir.

Long Holidays in August 2022 – Long weekends in August 2022


August 6 – Saturday

7 August – Sunday
August 8 – Muharram
August 11 – Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi)
August 12 – Friday (can take leave)
13 August – Saturday
14 August – Sunday
15 August – Independence Day
19 August – Janmashtami
August 20 – Saturday
August 21 – Sunday

Places to visit: Vrindavan, Coonoor, Tamil Nadu for Janmashtami celebrations; Cherrapunji, Meghalaya ; Jim Corbett, Uttarakhand; Mount Abu, Rajasthan and Ladakh.

Long Weekends in September 2022 – Long weekends in September 2022


August 31 – Ganesh Chaturthi

September 1 – Thursday (can take leave)
September 2 – Friday (can take leave)
September 3 – Saturday
September 4 – Sunday
September 8 – Onam
September 9 – Friday (can take leave)
September 10 – Saturday
September 11 – Sunday

Places to visit: Nainital for its lakes; Bundi, Rajasthan to the royal oasis; Zero for camping and Apatani tribe, Arunachal Pradesh.

Long Weekends in October 2022 – Long weekends in October 2022


October 5 – Dussehra
October 6 – Thursday (can take leave)
October 7 – Friday (can take leave)
October 8 – Saturday
9 October – Sunday
October 22 – Saturday
23 October – Sunday
24 October – Diwali

Places to visit: Kolkata for Dussehra; Nainital to lakes; Agra to Taj Mahal; Varanasi for Diwali; For Panna National Park Safari in Madhya Pradesh

Long weekends in November 2022


November 3 – Saturday
November 4 – Sunday
November 5 – Monday (take leave)
November 6 – Guru Nanak Jayanti

Places to visit: Amritsar for Guru Nanak Jayanti at the Golden Temple; Rajasthan for Pushkar Fair; Goa for nightlife; Bharatpur for bird watching; Sunderbans, West Bengal for Royal Bengal Tigers; Manali to the snow-capped peaks.

Long weekends in December 2022 – Long weekends in December 2022


24 December – Saturday
December 25 – Christmas
26 December – Monday (can take leave)
Places to visit: Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka; Skiing Trip to Auli, Uttarakhand; and Kutch, Gujarat.