That list is: Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Republic Of China (Taiwan), United States of America and Venezuela.
With this API you can get information about the public holidays of each country and each state in the USA.
In addition to the list of public holidays that are provided by the API, you can also find information on what a specific day is known as in a specific country. This data include information on whether a state is a public or non-public holiday.
This is useful for applications that plan events or need to know when certain days are important to specific groups. For example, if you are planning a party for St. Patrick’s Day and want to know if it is a public holiday in Ireland.
What is this API used for?
This API can be used in any application that needs to know which days are public and non-public holidays around the world.
If you want to provide your users with information on holidays so they can plan their vacations better you should use our API.
What are the most common use cases of this API? Use this API not only to check if a specific day is a public or non-public holiday but also to get information on what those days mean in each country.
For example you can easily get information about the list of days that are considered as national holidays for the United States of America.
By using the Date Difference Calculator and obtaining the dates from each country’s calendar, it provides information on days designated as national holidays by three major religions: Christianity (including Catholic and Orthodox), Islam (including Sunni and Shia), and Judaism (including Orthodox and Conservative). This data can be used for marketing campaigns aimed at certain religious groups or for simple country-specific event planning.
How did this API came about?
While looking for an easy way to determine which days are public and non-public holidays in different states of the United States of America or around the world we came across many sites that required paid accounts or monthly subscriptions just to see if the dates we were input were actually recognized as public or non-public holidays on their database.
That problem led us to create this simple but very effective tool that allows you to see all kinds of data related not only to
Keep track of public and non-public holidays around the world. You can check what holidays are going to be celebrated in a vast list of supported countries.
You can check Check Holidays API for free here.