Holidays and non-working days of the year 2022 in Peru

Holidays and non-working days of the year 2022 in Peru

What are the holidays of the year 2022 in Peru? Here is the official calendar with all the holidays scheduled for the coming year.

How many and what are the holidays in the year 2022? After 2021 marked by the second wave of COVID-19 , the vaccination campaign, the first and second rounds of the presidential elections and more than one political crisis, we reached the last month with great expectations for the coming year.

Along these lines, Peruvians are also aware of the holidays and non-working days of 2022 , in order to schedule their future vacations and rest from the daily work days. These days are aimed at both public and private sector workers, who usually take advantage of these dates to travel to the interior of the country or abroad, or to rest at home and enjoy a family moment.

WHAT ARE THE 2022 HOLIDAYS IN PERU?

Next, know the calendar of holidays in the country of the year 2022, in total there are 13:

January

  • Saturday January 1: New Years

February

  • No holidays

March

  • No holidays

April

  • Thursday April 14: Holy Thursday
  • Friday April 15: Good Friday
  • Sunday April 17: Resurrection Sunday

May

  • Sunday May 1: Labor Day

June

  • Wednesday June 29: Saint Peter and Saint Paul

July

  • Thursday July 28: National Holidays
  • Friday July 29: National Holidays

August

  • Tuesday, August 30: Santa Rosa de Lima

September

  • No holidays

October

  • Saturday October 8: Angamos Naval Combat

November

  • Tuesday, November 1: All Saints’ Day

December

  • Thursday, December 8: Immaculate Conception
  • Friday, December 9: Battle of Ayacucho
  • Sunday, December 25: Christmas

WHAT ARE THE NON-WORKING DAYS IN 2022?

The Pedro Castillo government has not yet established what non-working days 2022 will have. However, it is worth noting that these are aimed mainly at public sector workers. Meanwhile, the private sector can also benefit from the measure, after agreement between the workers and the employer.

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