Here Are The Predicted Dates For Arafat Day & Eid Al Adha 2024

Team Gulf Buzz welcomes everyone back from their 9-day Eid holiday, and we hope it was as relaxing as you wanted it to be. So, while some of us are still in the holiday mood, let’s find out when we can expect to see the next long week in Dubai. Come with me, and I’ll spill all the beans about what’s to come as early as this June!

Also read: When Is The Next Long Weekend In Dubai Now That Eid Al Fitr 2024 Is Over?

Mark Your Calendars: Eid Al Adha Is Coming!

Hold onto your hats because the countdown to Eid Al Adha has begun! That’s right. You can thank Eid Al Adha for your next holiday in town. According to the Emirates Astronomy Society, the eagerly awaited Day of Arafat is set to grace us on Sunday, June 16th!

How Many Days Of Holiday Can We Expect?

Prepare for a five-day long weekend as the UAE gears up to celebrate Arafat Day on Sunday, June 16th, followed by Eid Al Adha on Monday, June 17th, with the potential of additional days off on Tuesday, June 18th and Wednesday, June 19th. Additionally, Ibrahim Al Jarwan, the chairperson of the Emirates Astronomy Society, has also announced that Thursday, June 20th, is anticipated to wrap up both Tashriq and the Hajj season.

Will We See A 6-Day Long Weekend?

If these predictions hold true, we are all in for another treat! We could be looking at a potential 6-day long weekend. Unfortunately, it’s just one day short of making it another 9-day holiday of our dreams like what we just experienced. But it is more than likely Friday, April 21st, will be a typical working day like any other.

A Time For Togetherness

As Muslims embark on the sacred pilgrimage known as Hajj, communities around the globe come together to mark the auspicious occasion of Eid Al Adha. It’s a testament to the rich tapestry of cultures and faiths that make our vibrant world.

Get Ready To Celebrate!

Last year’s Eid Al Adha gave us a glorious six-day weekend, and this year looks promising enough to be just as epic! The dates will only be confirmed closer to Arafat Day and Eid Al Adha, but for now, we can definitely start thinking about all the fantastic plans we want to make for our generous 5 days off!

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