Mauritius Public Holidays 2019


Searching for the public holidays in Mauritius? All public holidays in Mauritius are treated like Sundays. This means that most of the Mauritius employees have a day off and all schools are closed on these holidays. If you are planning a trip to Mauritius and want to know what the national and regional holidays are, check the details in the tables below.

2019

1 February Maha Shivaratri
1 February Thaipusam
1 February Ganesh Chaturthi
1 February New Year’s Day (Ougadi)
1 February Diwali
1 January New Year’s Day
2 January Day Following New Year’s Day
1 February Abolition of Slavery
19 February Chinese New Year
12 March National Day
1 May Labour Day
17 July End of Ramadan (Eid-Ul-Fitr)
1 November All Saints
2 November Arrival of Indentured Labourers
25 December Christmas
2020

1 February Maha Shivaratri
1 February Thaipusam
1 February Ganesh Chaturthi
1 February New Year’s Day (Ougadi)
1 February Diwali
1 January New Year’s Day
2 January Day Following New Year’s Day
1 February Abolition of Slavery
8 February Chinese New Year
12 March National Day
1 May Labour Day
6 July End of Ramadan (Eid-Ul-Fitr)
1 November All Saints
2 November Arrival of Indentured Labourers
25 December Christmas
2021

1 February Maha Shivaratri
1 February Thaipusam
1 February Ganesh Chaturthi
1 February New Year’s Day (Ougadi)
1 February Diwali
1 January New Year’s Day
2 January Day Following New Year’s Day
28 January Chinese New Year
1 February Abolition of Slavery
12 March National Day
1 May Labour Day
25 June End of Ramadan (Eid-Ul-Fitr)
1 November All Saints
2 November Arrival of Indentured Labourers
25 December Christmas