Oman Public Holidays 2017Today – 21 November 2017 – is not a holiday in Oman.
This page contains a national calendar of all 2017 public holidays for Oman. These dates may be modified as official changes are announced, so please check back regularly for updates.
— The Holy Prophet’s Birthday (PBUH) will be celebrated on 1 December 2017 (Friday). It has been announced also that 5 December (Tuesday) will be an observed holiday in both government and private sectors.
— The 47th National Day public holidays for all public and private sector will be observed on 3 and 4 December 2017.
|25 Apr||Tue||Isra'a Wal Mi'raj|
|24 Jun to 29 Jun||Sat to Thu||Eid al-Fitr Holiday|
|23 Jul||Sun||Renaissance Day|
|1 Sep to 4 Sep||Fri to Mon||Eid al-Adha Holiday|
|22 Sep||Fri||Islamic New Year|
|24 Sep||Sun||Islamic New Year Holiday|
|18 Nov||Sat||National Day|
|1 Dec||Fri||Prophet Muhammad's Birthday|
|3 Dec to 4 Dec||Sun to Mon||National Day Holiday|
|5 Dec||Tue||Prophet Muhammad's Birthday Holiday|
Oman is a complete monarchy and all public holidays are established by the Sultan. Oman currently celebrates 8 national holidays, with two of these holidays spanning over several days. The Sultan releases a statement at the end of each year stating what days the holidays will be on the following year.
Under the Labor Code, Chapter 2 Article 65, all employees are entitled to a paid day off for nationally recognised holidays. If, due to the nature of the position, the employee cannot take the day off, they must be paid their regular rate of pay plus 25 percent or given a different day off with pay.
The Labor Code states that any worker that is on vacation when a holiday occurs is not entitled to any special pay or guaranteed replacement days off for that holiday.