As job resumes, many would be planning their year ahead. That in mind, people are usually looking for the public holidays to plan their leaves.
On the 6th of July 2020, the Prime Minister's Office published the public holidays for 2021.
|Republic of Mauritius, Public Holidays 2021|
|New Year||Friday, 1 January|
|New Year||Saturday, 2 January|
|Thaipoosam Cavadee||Thursday, 28 January|
|Abolition of Slavery||Monday, 1 February|
|Chinese Spring Festival||Friday, 12 February|
|Maha Shivaratree||Thursday, 11 March|
|Independence and Republic Day||Friday, 12 March
|Ugaadi||Tuesday, 13 April|
|Labour Day||Saturday, 1 May|
|Eid-ul-Fitr**||Friday, 14 May|
|Ganesh Chaturthi||Saturday, 11 September|
|All Saints Day||Monday, 1 November|
|Arrival of Indentured Labourers||Tuesday, 2 November|
|Divali||Thursday, 4 November|
|Christmas||Saturday, 25 December|
** The exact date of Eid-ul-Fitr depends on the visibility of the moon.
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Communiqué published by PMO