Here’s the Philippine Holiday guide for 2021 as per PROCLAMATION NO. 986 signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on July 30, 2020.
This will guide you if you have important travel plans for this year. If there are unavoidable travel, please be aware of Covid19 safety and health protocols in the respective areas you will be visiting. It pays to be cautious all the time.
Leisure travel has been affected by the pandemic since last year. With the development in vaccines to combat Covid 19, we hope to be back to “normalcy” by the end of the year.
|1 Jan||Friday||New Year’s Day||Regular Holiday|
|12 Feb||Friday||Chinese Lunar New Year’s Day||Special Non-working Holiday|
|25 Feb||Thursday||People Power Anniversary||Special Non-working Holiday|
|1 Apr||Thursday||Maundy Thursday||Regular Holiday|
|2 Apr||Friday||Good Friday||Regular Holiday|
|3 Apr||Saturday||Black Saturday||Special Non-working Holiday|
|9 Apr||Friday||The Day of Valor||Regular Holiday|
|1 May||Saturday||Labor Day||Regular Holiday|
|12 Jun||Saturday||Independence Day||Regular Holiday|
|20 Jul||Tuesday||Eid al-Adha (Feast of the Sacrifice)||Regular Holiday|
|21 Jul||Wednesday||Eid al-Adha Day 2||Common local holiday|
|21 Aug||Saturday||Ninoy Aquino Day||Special Non-working Holiday|
|30 Aug||Monday||National Heroes Day||Regular Holiday|
|1 Nov||Monday||All Saints’ Day||Special Non-working Holiday|
|2 Nov||Tuesday||All Souls’ Day||Special Working Holiday|
|30 Nov||Tuesday||Bonifacio Day||Regular Holiday|
|8 Dec||Wednesday||Feast of the Immaculate Conception||Special Non-working Holiday|
|24 Dec||Friday||Christmas Eve||Special Working Holiday|
|25 Dec||Saturday||Christmas Day||Regular Holiday|
|30 Dec||Thursday||Rizal Day||Regular Holiday|
|31 Dec||Friday||New Year’s Eve||Special Working Holiday|
Update: I’ve made some adjustments to the following dates; November 2, December 24, and 31, being declared by MalacaÃ±ang as Special Working Holidays. A no-work no-pay policy applies on the said dates, according to the government.