October 28


Planning Your Trip Next Year: Which Holidays Will Likely be Peak Travelling Time Around the World?

The ideal time to travel depends on a variety of variables, including the destination, cost, weather, and demand, and this is a question we are frequently asked by travellers. Knowing what the busiest time of year is will help when choosing trip dates. Planning to travel next year? Below, we have gathered all the holidays that are likely to be the peak travelling time.

Chinese New Year

The most significant celebration in China and an important occasion in numerous other East Asian nations is the Chinese New Year, sometimes referred to as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival. It has different names in some countries, for example, Seollal in South Korea, Tet in Vietnam, Tsagaan Sar in Mongolian, and Imlek in Indonesian.

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In recent years, Western cities including New York, London, Vancouver, and Sydney have also seen an increase in the number of Lunar New Year events. Celebrations of Chinese New Year traditionally last for 16 days, starting from Chinese New Year’s Eve to the Lantern Festival, and it makes the Chinese New Year the peak travelling time. This year, the Chinese New Year will be expected to fall on Sunday, January 22.

Ramadan & Eid Fitr

The ninth month in the Islamic calendar is known by its Arabic name, Ramadan. One of the Five Pillars of Islam is keeping the fast throughout the month of Ramadan. Muslims consider these five principles to be requirements set down by God.

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Eid Fitr, which is a huge celebration will take place at the end of Ramadan. Many countries have different ways to celebrate Ramadan and Eid Fitr, and many people will take this opportunity to travel to spend Ramadan and celebrate Eid Fitr with their families.

Ramadan 2023 will be expected to fall either on Wednesday, March 23 with Eid Fitr on April 21.


India’s most important and celebrated holiday of the year is Diwali, also known as Dipawali. The row of clay lamps (deepa) that Indians place outside of their homes to represent the internal light that guards against spiritual darkness gave rise to the festival’s name.


Diwali has developed into a national holiday that is celebrated by both Hindu and non-Hindu faithfuls, and it is celebrated for five days. Next year, Diwali will be expected to fall on Sunday, November 12.


The autumn harvest and our close relationships with our families and loved ones are both celebrated on Thanksgiving. The holiday is fundamentally about being grateful. It is a day to “give thanks,” as the phrase suggests. Spending time with family is typically one of Thanksgiving’s best highlights.

Many people travel great distances by car, rail, or airplane to be with their loved ones if they live far away from them. That makes Thanksgiving one of the busiest travel days of the year. Next year, Thanksgiving will be celebrated on Thursday, November 23.

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Christmas is a yearly holy Christian celebration that honours the birth of Jesus Christ, the founder and supreme spiritual authority of Christianity. Although many people celebrate Christmas to commemorate Jesus’ birth, it is also a widely observed cultural event. Christmas is a public holiday in most countries and it is celebrated around the world. Many people would travel here and there to celebrate Christmas with their families, and this holiday would last from early December to the end of December every year.

New Year’s Day

New Year’s Day is hugely celebrated around the world to commemorate the year’s change. Many countries have their own celebration of New Year’s Day, and many people would travel around this time to spend their New Year with their families, or just to experience New Year’s Day in a different country. The New Year’s Day holiday starts from 31 December to the 1st of January every year.

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