Eid al-Fitr holidays in 2017 range from 23 days in Saudi Arabia to three in Pakistan.
Traditionally, Eid al-Fitr is celebrated for three days as an official holiday in all Muslim-majority countries.
However, the number of vacation days varies by country and also depends on the date on which Eid al-Fitr is observed in each country.
In 2017, Eid al-Fitr is expected either on Sunday June 25, or Monday June 26.
Meanwhile, the following public holidays have been officially announced:
- Saudi Arabia: 23-day public holiday from the 21st of Ramadan until the 15th of Shawal, the lunar month that follows Ramadan. That is, from Friday June 16 until Saturday July 8.
- Qatar: 11-day holiday from Friday June 23 until Monday July 3.
- UAE and Kuwait: Nine-day holiday if Eid is declared to be on Monday, or five days if it is on Sunday. In either case, the holiday will start from Friday June 23.
- Oman: Nine-day holiday, from Friday June 23 until Saturday July 1.
- Jordan, and Palestine: Six-day holiday, from Friday June 23 until Wednesday June 28.
- Egypt: Five-day holiday from Friday June 23 until Tuesday June 27.
- Lebanon: Four-day holiday if Eid is declared to be on Monday, or three days if it is on Sunday. In either case, the holiday will start from Saturday June 24.
- Nigeria: Four-day holiday from Saturday June 24 until Tuesday June 27.
- Pakistan: Three-day holiday from Monday June 26 until Wednesday June 28.
- Philippines, and Ghana: Three-day holiday from Saturday June 24 until Monday June 26.