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Can I travel to Morocco?

Can I travel to Morocco?

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Last Update: 6 April 2021

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Many of us are craving some vacation understand but are totally confused with the changes in travel-related regulations.  That’s why after months of confusion and staying at home, we are sharing with you our “Can I travel to Morocco” advice.

From the Mediterranean costs to the arid Sahara and magnificent Atlas highs…Wondering when can we explore some of the secret Moroccan gems again? Wonder no more!

Up to date travel regulations in Morocco

  • The Government of Morocco has suspended all flights to/from Algeria, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Ireland, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom. This ban is expected to last until at least 10th of April 2021.
  • Passengers arriving in Morocco by air, traveling from the UK via a third country are also not allowed to enter Morocco.
  • All visitors must complete a Public Health Passenger Form before departure (here).
  • Passengers must have a negative PCR test result taken at most 72h before departure.
Is it safe to travel to Morocco?

Is it safe to travel to Morocco? What to expect there?

In Morocco, the health situation has always been stable with low critical cases since pandemia started. As part of the fight against the spread of the pandemic, the country applies health measures recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) for the safety and health of everyone.

When it comes to specific safety measures:

  • Restaurants, cafés, shopping malls, and convenience stores generally close at 20:00.
  • There is a night curfew in rule between 21:00 and 6:00 a.m.
  • Beaches, resorts, and wellness centers are open with the general health protocol being followed.
  • Hotels and accommodation facilities are open with specific safety measures in place.
  • A number of museums and cultural places are currently closed as well as cinemas and theaters. In case of reopening, access will be limited to a specific number of people and a reservation will be required.
  • In natural parks, green spaces, and playgrounds wearing masks is mandatory.
  • Shops and other commercial businesses are open, following the general safety measures.

Where to travel these days?

Looking for your next travel destination? Stay up to date with travel restrictions and don’t stress, we got you covered!

Check the latest covid travel regulations of Tunisia, France, Italy, Croatia, Greece and Malta

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