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This country of vast deserts and bustling cities is a one-of-a-kind experience that's sure to delight, whether you've traveled extensively or never left your home country. Explore some of the architectural jewels of the Muslim-Arab world like gorgeous mosques and hammams or soak up the local culture in busy marketplaces and sample local delicacies.
Relax with cups of mint tea or study the intricate tile work of the region, Morocco is full of excitement for any traveler.
Travel Requirements for Morocco
While travel insurance isn't one of Morocco's travel requirements, it's still recommended since it's always best to be prepared for the unexpected. If you spend a little up front on travel medical insurance you could save yourself thousands if you incur an illness or injury while abroad.
With a wide range of plans on the market, it may be a challenge to know which is the best travel insurance for Morocco. To find the plan that's best for you, first assess the condition of your health then take a look at your travel plans. From there, you can compare plans side by side with our compare tool.
For travelers with pre-existing conditions, senior travelers and those looking for more complete coverage, a comprehensive plan is the best option. If you are looking for basic coverage at an affordable price, a limited plan may be the way to go.
COVID-19 in Morocco
For the most up-to-date information on entry requirements for Morocco, please visit Welcome Back. If you're traveling to Morocco, here are some Covid safety precautions to take. For the most up-to-date information on Covid restrictions for traveling, please follow CDC guidelines.
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Health & safety
Morocco is fairly safe when it comes to major crimes. However, travelers have to be aware of a large amount of petty theft and scams in tourist-heavy areas. Fake guides are the biggest issue in Morocco. Locals on motorcycles, in vans and on foot can be quite aggressive in competing for your money and attention. Be very careful when hiring guides and make sure that you hire one who is knowledgeable and speaks your language. Always agree on a price before leaving on a tour or hiring a guide. Also, set some parameters on what you want to see and the number of shops you want to visit. If you don't want to shop during your excursion with a guide, it's a good idea to state this upfront.
Marijuana (known as kif in Arabic) is plentiful but illegal in Morocco. It's illegal to buy, sell or consume marijuana or hashish in Morocco. If you're caught with the drug you may be subject to a fine and, potentially, time in jail. There are also many scams that surround the selling of drugs.
Make sure you are up-to-date on all routine vaccines before your trip. Here are some common vaccination recommendations for Morocco.
- Chickenpox (Varicella)
- Flu (influenza)
- Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR)
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Yellow fever
For the most up-to-date information on required vaccinations and other health requirements, visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website.
Visas & documentation
If you're visiting Morocco for more than 90 days, you'll be required to obtain a visa. If you're visiting Morocco for 90 days or less, the visa requirement may be waived depending on your home country. Specifically, citizens from Australia, New Zealand, the US, the UK, the EU and Canada don't need a visa to travel to Morocco, provided that they have a passport of six months' validity and proof of onward travel.
If you want to visit the country for more than 90 days or are not from one of the countries listed above, you will need to apply for a visa.