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As the flowers begin to bloom and the hibernators awaken, initiate your own rejuvenation by booking a Springtime trip to destinations like India, Thailand, or Egypt. 

From Songkran to Nowruz, join the excitement of one of the many Spring festivals around the world. Qatar Airways will fly you to your festival while providing world-class service and unparalleled comfort, so that you are relaxed and ready to celebrate when you land. 

Plan ahead and enjoy guaranteed flexibility* for travel completed by September 30, 2022.

 

Browse through our list of some of the most remarkable Spring Festivals around the globe:

 

 

Songkran, Thailand

Also known as the Water Splashing Festival, Songkran marks the start of the Buddhist new year between April 13-April 15.  During the festival, water is used to wash away a person’s bad luck for the beginning of the new year. It is common practice in Thailand to visit local temples with offerings for the monks and for young people to use scented water to wash the feet of their parents or elders as a sign of respect. In the Thai capital of Bangkok, festival goers bring buckets and water guns to participate in a mass cleansing which goes on throughout the day and into the night.

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Holi, India

Celebrated since ancient times, Holi is a festival to welcome the start of spring and new beginnings. Participants throw colorful powder into the air, covering the entire crowd. This is seen as a way to welcome a vibrant new life and let go of inhibitions. Holi is celebrated every year on the day of the last full moon in the Hindu lunar calendar. 

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Nowruz, Central and Western Asia

Nowruz, also known as the Persian New Year, is celebrated by over 300 million people around the world across Iran, Afghanistan, as well as parts of Iraq and Turkey, and other countries in western and central Asia. It is a two-week long festival, coinciding with the Spring Equinox, typically beginning around March 21. Although some traditions vary depending on the country, celebrators typically spend the holiday with family and creating a Haft Sin table, which contains seven items symbolizing hopes for the New Year such as wealth, prosperity, and health. 

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Sham el-Nessim, Egypt

Evolving from an ancient Spring festival, called Shemu, Sham el-Nessim is Egypt’s oldest celebration. Deriving from a Coptic phrase meaning “inhaling the breeze,” Sham el-Nessim originated as an agricultural celebration. Ancient Egyptians gave offerings of salted fish, onions, and lettuce to their deities to thank them for the low water and the harvest season. Today, a similar cuisine is consumed while picnicking along the Nile with friends and family. Modern-day Egyptians celebrate the festival on Easter Monday and still practice the traditions of antiquity, including dying eggs to represent the renewal of life. 

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Flexibility and safety, reassured

We understand your need to feel safe, so that you can travel confidently during these times. That is why we are extending the validity of our guaranteed flexibility policy, applicable for travel up to September 30, 2022.*

We will continue to offer you the highest standards of hygiene and safety, while operating one of the most sustainable fleets in the skies, for your peace of mind and the wellbeing of our planet. You can always rely on us if your plans change.

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