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Holiday Calendar for Tuvalu

Holiday Calendar for Tuvalu for 2023-2024 year
Known for its distinctive Polynesian culture, Tuvalu maintains the uniqueness in its art and craft works, music, architecture and legends. Help us Help us 

National traditions, public holidays and notable observances for 2023-2024 year

June 2023

Saturday 17 June - King’s Birthday in UK (Since 1974, the Queen’s official birthday has been celebrated on Saturday in the range between June 11 and 17. A military parade known as Trooping the Colour is held in London and is attended by the Royal Family)

August 2023

Monday 7 August - National Children's Day in Tuvalu (Spend on the first Monday of August)

September 2023

October 2023

Sunday 1 October - Tuvalu Independence Day (celebrates the independence of Tuvalu from United Kingdom in 1978)

November 2023

Monday 13 November - Heir to the Throne's Birthday in Tuvalu (Date for 2023. Celebrated on the second Monday in November)

December 2023

Tuesday 26 December - Boxing Day (Belgium, Fiji, The Bahamas, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Samoa...)

January 2024

March 2024

Sunday 31 March - Easter in Western Christianity (Første påskedag in Norway); Easter

April 2024

Monday 1 April - Easter Monday (Påskedag in Norway)

May 2024

Monday 13 May - Gospel Day in Tuvalu (Celebrate on the second Monday of May)

About some traditions

Tuvalu is composed of nine small coral islands scattered in a chain lying approximately northwest to southeast. The de facto capital is the village of Vaiaku, where most government offices are located. Funafuti Conservation Area is one of the best places to catch some beautiful natural sights including reefs, channel and a gorgeous lagoon. Thanks to its marine life diversity, it is an excellent spot for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Across all contexts, everyday interactions between most people emphasize convivial informality, positive politeness, and indirection.

The culture of Tuvalu is unique yet typical of the culture of the South Pacific Islands. Feasts, featuring traditional dancing and music, are often held at the Maneapas, which are the focal point of the community. Get in on the singing, dancing, and general frivolity taking place at the maneapas almost every night.

Cool and Funny Facts about Tuvalu: The tiny island-nation of Tuvalu receives a yearly payment of almost $4 million for doing nothing at all. The reason? The is the money that the Tuvalu government receives from royalties from the country’s domain name, .tv! Tuvalu has a population of 10,640 (2012 census).
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