Get a Complete List Of December Global Holidays 2022?

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December is considered the month of holidays because it brings more than 10 festivals in one month globally.  Thanksgiving and Christmas are the most popular festival holidays in the United States.  A survey conducted in 2021 states, that Thanksgiving has a popularity rating of 81 percent, followed by Christmas with 77%.

Behind the love of December month by the people one of the big reasons is also winter starts from this month.  December Global holidays month comes with great happiness, cold, festivals, holidays, and more celebrations.

People get so much easy during the year. But December month gives them relief from the work so that they can spend time with their families, kids, and loved ones.  This is the time when people get engaged with the family. Share their feeling, going out for a trip, or a vacation.

In the chilly winter of December this month becomes comfortable with enthusiasm, it marks the end of a year and the beginning of a new one, everyone celebrates their achievements and plans their next year with new goals, and the festival of December, at the places where it snows look like a scene straight out of a Disney Christmas movie and social media is filled with all the lovely photographs and reels.

It is said that Holidays are the best time for dating as December is the month of holidays and celebrations, Brits announced 3 December as the perfect day for lovers. As December coming soon, start your dating now with the trending dating application 2022.  We wish you luck with your best partner!

If you want to plan your festival holiday vacations with your family or loved ones, here is the complete list of December global holidays in 2022. You can go through with the list and schedule your vacation. Happy Holiday!

December Global Holidays List 2022

Global Holidays ListDate
KrampusnachtDecember 5th
World AIDS DayDecember 1st
Saint Nicholas DayDecember 6th
Hanukkah 2022December 18th – December 26th
Bodhi DayDecember 8th
Human Rights DayDecember 10th
Feast of the ImmaculateDecember 8th
St. Lucia’s DayDecember 13th
Las PosadasDecember 16th – 24th
International Human Solidarity DayDecember 20th
Winter SolsticeDecember 21st
Christmas EveDecember 24th
ChristmasDecember 25th
Boxing DayDecember 26th
St. Stephen’s DayDecember 26th
KwanzaDec 26th – 1st Jan
New Year’s EveDecember 31st

Let’s discuss the list of holidays around the world in little detail it gives you detail about what other countries are celebrating in December.

1. Krampusnacht

Krampusnacht is celebrated on December 5th every year. This is the celebration honoring the arrival of Krampus, a demonic being who terrorizes and punishes children for their misbehavior.

2. Hanukkah

This is an eight-day festive celebration by Jews worldwide. Including in Israel, where people celebrate with friends and family to partake in traditional foods such as potato pancakes and jelly doughnuts. This festival celebration is a symbol of Jewish victory.

3. World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is celebrated on December 1 every year. This festival is celebrated in honor of those suffering from HIV/AIDS and in the memory of those who have suffered or died due to the disease. This festival encourages people to get tested for HIV without any hesitation and confirm their reports and treat them before they get worse.

4. Saint Nicholas Day

Saint Nicholas Day

This festival is celebrated on the 6th of December every year to recognize the third-century saint who becomes an inspiration for the modern-day Santa Claus.  This day is also known as the Feast of St. Nicholas. On this day, people visit homes and give a gift to the kids, or sell their possessions, and give their money to the poor.

5. Bodhi Day

Bodhi day is celebrated in the honor of Buddha Shakyamuni, and Siddhartha Gautama was given the name Bodhi in honor of his Enlightenment. Buddhists around the world celebrate Bodhi Day, their most important holy day.

6. Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day

This festival is celebrated to encourage people to raise their voices for their human rights. In 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

7. Feast of the Immaculate

Feast of the Immaculate is the festival celebrated on December 8 by Catholics as the birthday of Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. On this day, Catholics recite the “novena” prayer to express gratitude or ask for assistance.

8. St. Lucia’s Day

St. Lucia’s Day remembered the sight of a bright start in the sky that brought the three kings to Bethlehem to meet the newborn Jesus. On this day, Candles, Cookies, and fruits are given to children to celebrate the holiday.

9. Las Posadas

To commemorate the difficult journey of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Joseph, Christians celebrate Las Posadas.

10. International Human Solidarity Day

This festival is a December Global Holiday celebrated as the International Human Solidarity Day in honor of the 1863 founding of the International Red Cross.

11. Winter Solstice

The Winter Solstice is the day of the “sun’s rebirth.” The symbolism of fire and light, as well as life, death, the rising sun, and the moon, were honored at winter solstice ceremonies.

12. Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve is a festival celebrated in the 24th evening right at 12’O clock before Jesus came to earth. On this beautiful day, Jesus came on this earth and gave us the world of hope and joy.

13. Christmas


Christmas is celebrated in every corner of the world. This day is presented as the most beautiful day of the year when people enjoy themselves with their families, friends, and loved ones and remember Jesus.  On this special day, ham and cookies are distributed among friends, families, and others.

14. Boxing Day

This December Global Holiday differs from its name as on Boxing Day festival, people give their servants, gifts, boxes of food, and money and celebrate the festival.

15. St. Stephen’s Day

St. Stephen’s Day

This day is dedicated to the Christian Saint Stephen. On this day, people commemorate the saint who was the first Christian martyr and was known for his service to the poor and needy.

16. Kwanza

This is a seven-day festival celebration of community, family, and culture. This festival was established as a means to help African Americans reconnect with their African roots and heritage.

17. New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve-A goodbye day of each year; this is the most exhilarating and final December holiday.  It marks the end of a year but Welcomes the New Year. This day is celebrated with different names and traditions all over the world but the feeling of joy is the same.

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