2021 MOROCCO HOLIDAYS
The next public holiday in Morocco is
30th July, FridayThrone Day
List of National and Regional Public Holidays of Morocco in 2021
|FridayFri||Jan 01, 2021Jan 01||New Year's Day|
|MondayMon||Jan 11, 2021Jan 11||Independence Manifesto Day|
|SaturdaySat||May 01, 2021May 01||Labour Day|
|ThursdayThu||May 13, 2021May 13||Eid-al-Fitr|
|TuesdayTue||Jul 20, 2021Jul 20||Eid al-Adha|
|FridayFri||Jul 30, 2021Jul 30||Throne Day|
|TuesdayTue||Aug 10, 2021Aug 10||Islamic New Year|
|SaturdaySat||Aug 14, 2021Aug 14||Oued Ed-Dahab Day|
|FridayFri||Aug 20, 2021Aug 20||Revolution Day|
|SaturdaySat||Aug 21, 2021Aug 21||Youth Day|
|TuesdayTue||Oct 19, 2021Oct 19||Prophet Muhammad's Birthday|
|SaturdaySat||Nov 06, 2021Nov 06||Green March Day|
|ThursdayThu||Nov 18, 2021Nov 18||Independence Day|
Public Holidays in Morocco
Friday Jul 30, 2021
The upcoming Morocco holiday Throne Day is in 4 days from today.
Islamic New Year
Tuesday Aug 10, 2021
The upcoming Morocco holiday Islamic New Year is in 15 days from today.
Oued Ed-Dahab Day
Saturday Aug 14, 2021
The upcoming Morocco holiday Oued Ed-Dahab Day is in 19 days from today.
2021 Public Holidays Morocco Service
The above is the list of 2021 public holidays declared in Morocco which includes federal, regional government holidays and popular observances. We also provide Morocco holiday calendar for 2021 in Word, Excel, PDF and printable online formats.
The country of Morocco enjoys 21 holidays each year. They are religion-affiliated holidays. Being a Muslim country, the nation adheres to Islamic laws and customs. Under article 220 of the country's penal code, it is illegal to publicly preach or talk about other religions, except for Islam. All year long, the nation celebrates many holidays commemorating their religious events such as Eid Al-Adha and Ramadan. During this time, families spend time with their loved ones and dedicating themselves to prayers. Despite the most holiday dates being constant throughout the years, certain holidays are moveable, depending on the corresponding calendar. The holidays include the Islamic New year, Birthday of the Prophet Muhammad, Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha.
The laws in Morocco are conventional and work for the benefit of the community. The workers get two days per month on paid holidays.
As a strategic move by the government of Morocco to accommodate tourism, anyone can visit Morocco without a visa if they come from eligible countries. The government also invests a lot in the holidays, thus making each person either local or foreigner, to participate in the festivities.
Some Islamic holidays require decoration and performances often carried out along the streets, while in other families stay at home for the celebration.
The law strictly requires all workers to stop working during their religious holidays except for specific professions such as doctors. The same law demands that employers and organizations offer those who work during these holidays a paid day off or compensation such as extra pay.