Official non work days, both civic and religious, for the Public Sector established by the Peruvian government.
This a complete list and is based on Peru’s official releases (from Labor Department). Please make sure to check with the public or private entity in Peru when making appointments or planning visits as following the holidays might be different from one place to another.
Here are the 2010 Holidays for Peru:
|Peruvian Holidays for 2010|
|New Year’s Day||JAN 01 (FRIDAY)|
|Holy Thursday (Religious)||APR 01 (THURSDAY)|
|Good Friday – (Religious)||APR 02 (FRIDAY)|
|Easter Sunday (Religious)||APR 04 (SUNDAY)|
|Labor Day (Civic)||MAY 01 (SATURDAY)|
|Inti Raymi (Inca Fiesta del Sol, Dia del Campesino y San Juan Bautista||JUN 24 (THURSDAY)|
|San Pedro y San Pablo (Religious)||JUN 29 (TUESDAY)|
|Fiestas Patrias (Independence Day)||JUL 28 (WEDNESDAY)|
|Fiestas Patrias (Independence Day)||JUL 29 (THURSDAY)|
|Santa Rosa de Lima (Religious)||AUG 30 (MONDAY)|
|Battle of Angamos (Civic)||OCT 08 (FRIDAY)|
|All Saints’ Day (Religious)||NOV 01 (MONDAY)|
|Immaculate Conception (Religious)||DEC 08 (WEDNESDAY)|
|Christmas Eve (Religious)||DEC 24 (FRIDAY)|
|Christmas (Religious)||DEC 25 (SATURDAY)|
And a small but important list of importants events shaping up for 2010 (subject to change):
This list will most likely be updated over time as more events come up and dates are set. If you have any updates or event you want me to include here please leave a comment and after consideration your event might be added to our list.