If you do a job, then for planning to move around in it, you have to see the holidays before so that you can move around comfortably without deducting the salary. Which is also possible on long weekends. So here we are telling about the long weekends falling in the year 2022, according to which you can do complete planning of where, how to go.

long weekends in January
Friday, December 31 – One day off
Saturday, January 1 – New Year’s
Sunday, January 2
Thursday, January 13 – Pongal
Friday, January 14 – Makar Sankranti
Saturday – January 15
Sunday – January 16
Wednesday – 26 January – Republic Day
Thursday, January 27 – Will have to take a day off.
Friday, January 28 – One more day off
Saturday. 29 January
Sunday, January 30

where to visit
At the ongoing Rann festival in Kutch
A view of Makar Sankranti in Ahmedabad
See the snow capped mountains in Sikkim
View coffee plantations in Coorg

Long weekends falling in February/March
Saturday, February 26
Sunday. February 27
Monday, February 28 – Take a day off
Tuesday, March 1 – Mahashivratri
Friday, March 18 – Holi
Saturday, March 19
Sunday, March 20

where to go
Andaman to Snowkelling
Gulmarg for snow boarding
At the Goa Cornwall Festival (26 February – 1 March)

Long Weekends in April
Thursday, April 14 – Mahavir Jayanti/Vaisakhi/Dr. ambedkar jayanti
Friday, April 15th – Good Friday
Sunday, April 17

where to go
You can plan for Gir Wildlife Sanctuary of Gujarat.
You can go to Mathura to see the hooliganism of Holi.
You can also enjoy the weather by visiting Manali.

Long Weekends in May
Saturday, April 30
Sunday, May 1
Monday – May 2 – Take a day off
Tuesday, May 3 – Eid-ul-Fitr
Saturday, May 14
Sunday, May 15
Monday, May 16 – Buddha Purnima

where to go
Beautiful weather and scenery of Dalhousie, Darjeeling
Enjoy the clean beach of Kerala
Watching Ooty’s Spectacular Flower Show

long weekends in July
Friday, July 1 – Rath Yatra
Saturday, July 2
Sunday, July 3

where to go
Can go to Assam or Hampi.
Rishikesh can go for the purpose of yoga and body detox.
Puducherry’s plan will also be excellent in this season.

long weekends in August
Saturday, August 6
Sunday, August 7
Monday, August 8 – Muharram
Thursday, August 11 – Rakshabandhan
Friday, August 12 – Take a day off
Saturday, August 13
Sunday, August 14
Monday, 15 August – Independence Day
Tuesday, August 16 – Parsi New Year
Friday, August 19 – Janmashtami
Saturday, August 20
Sunday, August 21

where to go
Mathura can go to see the pomp of Janmashtami.
You can plan for Bir-Billing Paragliding.
You can do Lahaul Spiti Yak Safari.

long weekends in September
Wednesday, August 31 – Ganesh Chaturthi
Thursday, September 1 – Take a day off
Friday, September 2 – Take a day off
Saturday, September 3
Sunday, 4 September
Thursday, September 8 – Onam
Friday, September 9 – Take a day off
Saturday, September 10
Sunday, September 11

where to go
Mumbai Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations.
behold the beauty of udaipur
Gokarna, the quiet beach to enjoy

long weekends in October
Saturday, October 1
Sunday, October 2 – Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti
Monday, 3rd October – Maha Ashtami
Tuesday, October 4 – Maha Navami
Wednesday, 5 October – Dussehra
Saturday, October 22
Sunday- 23 October
Monday – October 24 – Diwali

where to go
Kolkata Dussehra viewing
Varanasi to see the splendor and splendor of Diwali
Madhya Pradesh Panna National Park for Jungle Safari

Long Weekends in November
Saturday, November 5
Sunday, November 6
Monday, November 7 – Take a day off
Tuesday, November 8 – Guru Nanak Jayanti

where to go
Amritsar Golden Temple to celebrate Guru Nanak Jayanti
Beautiful view of Shillong Cherry Blossom
Sunderbans National Park Tiger Viewing

long weekends in December
Saturday, December 24
Sunday, December 25 – Christmas
Monday, December 26 – Take a day off.
Friday, December 30 – one day off
Saturday – December 31
Sunday – January 1 – New Year

where to go
Daman or Diu to have Christmas fun.
Enjoy the weather in Kerala Houseboat.