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Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel restrictions in Morocco – updated 30 March 2021

Who can travel to Morocco?

From 30 March 2021, the Moroccan Government has suspended all flights until further notice between Morocco and France and Spain. All passengers from those countries traveling through another country are not allowed to enter Morocco. The only exceptions are over flights, cargo, and medical flights. 

Air travel to and from Morocco remains restricted to specific categories of travelers. Citizens and residents of Morocco and, as of September 6, foreign nationals of visa-exempt countries with reservations with Moroccan hotels or travel agencies and business people invited by Moroccan companies are allowed to enter and depart.

All regularly scheduled commercial flights to/from Morocco remain suspended, as do ferries to/from Spain. Special operation flights to/from Morocco are taking place on Royal Air Maroc (RAM), Air Arabia, and Air France. RAM is operating a direct flight from Casablanca to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and a direct flight from Casablanca to Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

The Government of Morocco has suspended all flights to/from Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Cameroon, Croatia, Czech Republic, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guinea, Ireland, Italy, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Mozambique, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom. Individuals (including U.S. citizens) coming from these countries will not be permitted to enter Morocco, even if transiting a different country on the way to Morocco.

As a reminder, the authorities may put into place with little notice additional flight suspensions aimed at stopping the spread of COVID-19. Check with your local Moroccan embassy before booking a trip, and check your government's travel advice.

All eligible passengers must meet the following conditions to enter Morocco:

  • Complete a passenger health form online, print and sign it to present upon departure
  • Travelers over age 11 must complete a PCR test within 72 hours of travel, with printed results to present on request at check-in and to GOM officials on arrival
  • Arrivals will undergo a clinical examination
  • Everyone must download the tracking app ‘Wiqaytna’.

Local restrictions in Morocco

A nationwide state of emergency was declared on 20 March 2020 and remains in place. A nationwide curfew between the hours of 9pm and 6am is in place until at least 30 March 2021.

Provinces are categorized into two zones depending on the level of COVID-19 risk present in the region, and these categories are updated on a weekly basis. An exceptional movement certificate may be required for various activities depending on whether you are in an area categorized as zone 1 or zone 2.

According to gov.uk as of 29 March, movement into/out of Tangier and Casablanca is prohibited. Only those with an urgent medical need or those required to travel for work and holding both a letter from their employer, as well as an exceptional certificate of movement from local authorities, are exempt.

It is compulsory to wear a face mask in public.

Important note: These travel alerts are general in nature, and based on information from government and embassy websites such as gov.uk and the US Embassy in Morocco. We will update these alerts as often as possible, but we are not able to respond to comments about specific personal circumstances. For information relevant to you, contact your local Morocco embassy, consulate, travel operator, or airline for any updates on how these changes will affect you personally.

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94 Comments

  • Johann Junge said

    Visit moroco for 30 days in july

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    • Isa said

      I want to travel to morocco in may, from mexico with conection in spain, how many time will be the new restriction about closing all the flights in Morocco?, is a limite date that will be everything close?

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  • Tahira Hyder said

    I plan to travel in a group to Morocco in end Oct 2020 for 2 weeks, will travel restrictions be still there

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    • Mansur said

      I plan to visit Morocco on 20th October. Will there be any restrictions? I'm not sure if I should book my tickets or not? Please get back to me as soon as you can

      Thanks a lot

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  • Jaro said

    I'm planning go to marocco 10 of October as well. Anyone know about any restrictions ?

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    • Rachel said

      Morocco next review 10th sept. From what I’ve read many are hopeful borders will open

      I okan yo visit Marrakesh in November

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      • Kyle Tang said

        I would like to visit my boyfriend in July, from Hong Kong to Morocco. Is there any quarantine in Morocco? Can I go to my Airbnb directly? HK traveler hasn't been suspending by the Morocco government, Right?

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  • KKC said

    My flight is connecting to another country through morroco. The lay over is about 10 hours at the airport. Would all these restrictions still apply to me? I am neither a Moroccan resident nor do I work in morroco. My flight only stops at morroco and connects to my final destination from there

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    • Shawn said

      My flight was just canceled. It was only connecting through Morocco. Suggestion: find a connection through another country. Maybe France?

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  • Maher Salem said

    Hi to all and wish anyone can help help if possible ,am interested to travel yo Rabat ASAP am ready for travel st any short notice and ready to go through all medical tests as well but wish to know as am Canadian do am has the right for this trip !!!

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  • Kim said

    I have a trip planned in feb 2020. The plane ticket and reservation at the Riad was confirmed. I’m interested if the borders will be open. We go to Spain prior. How can we provide the 48hr negative test if we are still traveling?

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    • Amelia Brady said

      Hi Kim,

      February is a long while off, and things may change as the date nears.

      Reach out to your airline and accommodation provider in January to double check restrictions and any new measures that may be in place.

      We base our travel alert information off official advice from government advisories, and do not have any further insights or knowledge on what might happen in the future.

      As soon as new information is available, we will update our travel alert as soon as we can.

      Cheers,
      Amelia, World Nomads

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  • Sandra Stump said

    Has anyone traveled to Moracco under these new restrictions? I've seen conflicting information regarding the antibody test some reports say 48 hours and some say there is no time frame on this. It also doesn't say the antibody has to be negative.

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  • denis said

    Hi Sandra,

    I am flying to Morocco on October 15th from the United States. From what I have been reading you need the test within 48 hours, but I am confused if the test needs to be done within 48 hours or the results need to be within 48 hours. I've called around and it takes them 2 to 3 to get the results so I assume you can get the test 3-4 days before so you have the results 48 hours before departure. Anyone know for a fact?

    Best,
    Denis

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  • Morocco citizen said

    Hi all,

    The rules changed 2 days ago , for tourism you need a test valid 72 hours ago instead of 48 hours and hotel reservation thats all :)

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  • morocco said

    HI
    What about moccoan citizens living abroad what test they need?

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  • Sandra Stump said

    Hi everyone, I am planning my trip from the United States to Morocco which is the best route to take? I saw one flight from Atlanta with a layover in France but there is a travel certificate you need to transit through France. Does anyone have any advice on the best country to do a layover through? The more I research the more confused I get! Lol any advice would be appreciated!

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  • Sonia Alcala said

    I just want to go back to morroco i miss my husband to be Ali Rimi. My flight leaves on the 13th of October and i got my test today on the 6th but it takes 5 days for result will that be ok

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    • Amelia Brady said

      Hi Sonia,

      Passengers must present negative results of a PCR dated no earlier than 72 hours prior to departure. Please contact your airline or consulate with information that includes the exact time/date you took the test.

      According to the guidelines, I do not think you will be eligible to enter with results from a test taken 6 days prior.

      Your airline will be best suited to help you on this question.

      I hope it all works out for you.

      All the best,
      Amelia, World Nomads

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      • Sandra Stump said

        Hi Sonia, look online for the rapid PCR test in your area. You can get results in 15 minutes. And get the 2 or 3 days before you leave, also I have seen online that some airports are now providing this service

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  • Abdul said

    Hi, please when will Morocco Consulates/Embassies start visa services for international visitors who require visa to travel to Morocco? It’s not fair to allow visitors from visa free countries only to visit Morocco while visitors who require visa are not allowed to apply to travel to Morocco. I hope the Morocco government would look into it. I need some explanation as to why visitors from visa free countries are more important than others. After all COVID-19 epidemic is more pronounced in several visa free countries. May I know the reason why these rules are unequal? Thank you.

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    • Amelia Brady said

      Hi Abdul,

      This would be a question for the Moroccan government, but I am sure it has something to do with bilateral agreements that are already in place between some countries.

      Sorry to hear you are affected by the restrictions, but I am sure things will open up further as soon as it is safe to do so.

      Regards,
      Amelia, World Nomads

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  • Georgina said

    So can I confirm is Morocco open for standard tourism?
    You can enter the country as a tourist if you have a hotel reservation for the duration of your stay? And provide a negative COVID test upon arrival?

    Is there quarentine status for coming back into the UK? Also can you leave the hotel?

    If anyone can shed any information? Or point me in the right direction of a website?

    We are desparetly trying to go see family!

    Thanks ☺️

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  • Sandra said

    Hi Everyone, I have a question concerning the 72 hours on the COVID-19 PCR test. Does the time need to show 72 hours from my first departure or my actual departure for Morocco? The reason I ask is because I have one flight that leaves Atlanta at 3:20 pm and lands in New York after 5:00 pm my flight to Morocco leaves at at 8:50 pm I dont want the time of the test to be wrong and miss my flight on a small issue such as this. But the problem is the testing places usually close around 5:00 and I am having some anxiety wondering if I will get my results back in in time.

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  • Sumreena hameed said

    hi
    you can do this test in Atlanta and they will give u the result in 15 mints. place name is Peachtree Immediate care, go online and book your appointment. for this test fee is $170. this fee u have to pay there.

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  • Michelle said

    I’m going to Morocco in Nov. is the rapid test acceptable? I have seen results from someone else’s test and it did not have PCR test on the results it had Molecular on the results. Just wondering if this type of test was acceptable?

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  • Aziza Arsalane said

    We go for trip in Morroco in December it will bi safe to go

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  • Rin said

    Hi I go to Morocco late November to Rabat. I'm seeing my fiance to stay with him for a week in a half. Do I need a hotel instead? Are we allowed to stay with those we're visiting? I have no visa. From a visa free country.

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  • Ak said

    Hi i fly out on the 7th Nov 2020 and have an apartment booked to booking.com what will i need before i travel if im even allowed to travel. I have already arranged a Covid test for the 5th Nov also have already filled out a travel form! Will this br enough and will i be allowed stay?!
    Thanks

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  • Martin said

    Hi, I am planning a trip to Marrakech in early December. I fly in to Casablanca but am going to Marrakech. Some websites saying movements between Zone 1 sites (eg Casablanca and Marrakech) PROHIBITED. My hotel and shuttle company say as long as have hotel reservation its fine. Even the Moroccan train website had reservations available between the two cities. Are tourists able to move more freely??? I have contacted the closest Moroccan embassy. But no response. Any help greatly appreciated.

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  • Banter said

    I have to get back to Casablanca from The Netherlands for work as I have a business there. Even if I have to book flights with multiple stopovers. I had the option to leave from Belgium before, but now that flights are getting cancelled left and right, I'm hoping for either a Germany departure or even Malta. I thought Turkey might work but rates have skyrocketed. Do you have any suggestions? I understand that I may have a small window of time in which to book my flight and get tested, but I'm willing to risk it. Please help!!

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  • eddie said

    For all going or planing for a trip to Morocco:
    You need a PCR Test(RNA) --NOT a rapid antigen Test, the turnaround for a PCR test result is over 48 hrs.
    From the airport to your first destination there won't be any issues. After that you need a movement authorization (if you intend to travel between cities) from the local authorities that have jurisdiction over where you are staying (for tourists it must a Hotel reservation, not a BNB or likes).
    In most cities curfew starts at 9pm until 6am.
    The covid19 cases are rising without hint of slowing down, so the Moroccan government may dectate a total lock-down any moment (have done it in the past with very short notice).

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  • Angel said

    Hi my Dad & I want to travel to morocco either February march or April and will be staying for a month or 2. Was planning to book with gulf air. I have read the news morocco allows gulf air fly to and from casablanca. Is it okay if we don't have a booked hotel? I just wanted to stay at my boyfriend's family's home because they insist. Is that alright? And what are the other things we need to know? And is it safe to book as early as November? Thanks in advance for the answers and sorry for the long questions

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  • cliona buckley said

    Hello Amelia

    I was planning to travel to Marrakesh this week for a short holiday. i am A 70 year old Irish lady traveling from Dublin with a friend, what would you advise ?

    Many thanks

    Cliona

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    • Amelia Brady said

      Hi Cliona,

      You must contact your nearest Moroccan Embassy for any advice before booking a trip. Unfortunately these travel alerts are general in nature, and we do not offer personal travel advice.

      Please also read the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs page on Morocco for information about visa requirements: https://www.dfa.ie/travel/travel-advice/a-z-list-of-countries/morocco/

      All the best,
      Amelia, World Nomads

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  • didier cyuzuzo said

    me also i declera an appliation within morocco in my country rwanda but still we do not
    when we will optain the news about application in morocco it about this travel ristriction it about
    what please we are honored to study in morocco please we need knews



    thank you

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  • didier cyuzuzo said

    hi
    me also i declera an appliation within morocco embasy in my country rwanda but still we do not know
    when we will optain the news about application it about this travel ristriction . it about
    what please we are honored to study in morocco please we need knews .



    thank you
    didier

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  • Anna Espitia said

    My mom has been stuck in Morocco since may due to Covid and travel restrictions. Are there any flights operating from Casablanca to the United States? I have searched the internet endlessly and cannot find anything. I’ve also tried to call royal air Moroc directly and can’t reach someone who speaks English. She is 72 years old and needs medical care immediately. Which she cannot get there. The embassy will not help. I asked. I am aware of the direct flight from Casablanca to JFK but I’m unaware of if she is allowed to board this flight or not since it’s not specifically commercial.

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  • david lazechko said

    to anna espitia
    i do not know what you mean by a not specifically commercial flight. i am in canada but i could book the flight from cmn to jfk on wed 25 for about 600 euros

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  • Thamara said

    We have booked 3 tickets to go to Morocco on 23 February 2021 as a family holiday. Do you think it is possible for us to go and come 23 th Feb to 30 th Feb. One srilankan partipatr also with us
    Can someone tell us if we need to do anything??

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  • El said

    My trip last minute got suspended then flight canceled. They said the King of Moroc canceled it. ( due to covid ) But a friend went to see her friends in Morocco just fine? What's going on? Can we travel to visit people or not?

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  • Larry said

    Hello, I am travelling to Morocco in mid December. I have a Airbnb booked for my visit. Is Airbnb reservation accepted as a hotel reservation? Any advise will help.
    Thanks.

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  • Benjamin said

    What are the current restrictions in Morocco?
    Is it possible to go from one city to the other without doing paperwork or obtaining permissions?
    Parks and beaches are open?

    Thanks!

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  • Brittany said

    Hello,

    I will be traveling to Morocco at the end of January...I have all the required documents prepared and will have a proper PCR test completed before departure. However, I am flying through France and I just realized that France requires a test even for those transiting through the airport and not entering the country. Where in Morocco can I get a PCR test taken and results within 72 hours? I will be staying in Tangier but flying from Casablanca.

    Thank you in advance for any advice or information :)

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    • merima popovic said

      hello, I am flying out to Marrakech on Feb 12,2021 to visit my fiancé. I know I need a hotel booked for the visit and I did booked the hotel but only for two days stay in Marrakech as I am planning to stay with my fiancé and his family in Agadir. Is this ok? Will I be ok with only two days of booked hotel and staying with my fiancé and his family or I have to book a hotel for all 3 weeks of my stay. Anyhow, if tourists are allowed to visit Morocco, I don't think its fair to ask us to book a hotel in one city and stay only in one city, just a thought. Thank you for your help

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  • Kimberly Etta said

    I am hoping to travel from Toronto to Casa end of February to stay with my fiance. Do you know if I have to have a hotel booked if I am staying with them? The consulate could not give me a straight answer and the embassy hasn't answered emails in 5 months.

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  • Michele Zane said

    Im travelining to Morocco jan 31 can I book a road or must it be a hotel

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  • Sarah nash said

    Ment to be travelling end of march for a holiday what are the chances of this going ahead

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  • Deep said

    I am planning to travel in the last week of May. for about 10 days.
    Am I allowed to travel between cities, if I have reservations there?
    And are only hotel reservations allowed or can I stay at a Riad?
    Thank you!

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  • Fatima Zahra Hanafi said

    Hey! Everything is going normal, especially that people are taking their vaccines, so to come to Morocco all needed is a hotel reservation and the test.
    I'm a moroccan girl and I'll be pleased to help you if you need any more information

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    • Arthur said

      Hi every one I have a car and caravan,can we now enter morroco via Algerciras/tang
      We have had our first vacccination and will get our coved test in spain,is this now possible

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  • Suhail Rahaman said

    Is Evrything normal now?

    I am an indian and i apply for visa to embassy.
    But i did not get any response yet.🙁🙁
    I badly miss laayoune.😭
    I want to go..
    Please somone give me information.

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  • Lyssette Barahona said

    I am going to Morocco at the end of March. I am going to visit my fiancé and his family, am I able to have a hotel booked just for a few days or do I have to have a hotel for my entire stay? I am supposed to be staying with my fiancé and his family.

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  • lynne morgan said

    I have a self contained camper van. why do I need a hotel to isolate in?

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  • Muhammad Kamal said

    Hello,
    From my understanding those who need a visa to enter Morocco can still enter if they got a business invitation?
    Is that right?

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  • Amanda Carroll said

    I booked a family holiday last year to go to marrakech this August 2021 will we be able to go now the UK and Morocco are moving quickly with vaccines

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  • Ayanna said

    Hey,
    I’m planning on flying out to Marrakech end of March to April 9th with friends. What is the actual process for us, will we be allowed to explore the local area etc?

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  • Alexa said

    Hi,

    Me (filipina) and my british boyfriend want to meet in Morroco this March. He will be travelling from London and I will be travelling from the Philippines. Are they open for tourism? If yes, is it possible to get a confirmation from their embassy? Coz immigration officers here in the Philippines might ask for it. And what are the requiremenfs for tourist? Thank u.

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  • Teresa said

    I'm going to Gambia via sir moroc march 5th from london uk and hoping this flight will go do you think that the flight will go ahead

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  • Tina said

    Just a simple did Morocco started back the processing of visas for tourism travel to whom requires a visa to enter the country?

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  • Youssef said

    What you need to travel to Morocco is a hotel reservation or a travel agency invitation with a negative covid-19 test(PCR) less than 72hours.

    During the visit, you need to have face mask

    Welcome to Morocco

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  • Alejandro Perez said

    As I read, you can not go out or enter to Casablanca or Tanger except for medical reasons or job, but no tourist. it was updated last 14 Februry. Has it been changed???

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  • Lisa Paoloni said

    I have a holiday booked for the 8th of July, with tui travel agency. Will there be any restrcitions? thank you

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    • Ellen Hall said

      Hi Lisa,
      July is a long while off, and things may change as the date nears.

      We suggest reaching out to your airline and accommodation provider in May or June to double check restrictions and any new measures that may be in place.

      We base our travel alert information off official advice from government advisories, and do not have any further insights or knowledge on what might happen in the future.

      As soon as new information is available, we will update our travel alert as soon as we can.

      All the best,
      Ellen, World Nomads

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  • Stef said

    I’m Traveling At The End Of March And Have A 23hour Layover In Morocco, What Do I Need To Have To Enter Into Casablanca For A Few Hours?

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  • Paul Selvey said

    I am English and have lived in the Canneries, Spain for 5 months and hope to travel to Morocco next week. Our flight is landing in Casablanca, I hear you cannot travel in or out of Casablanca. Is it possible to travel straight from the airport elsewhere in Morocco or do I need to book a new flight?
    Are there any other restriction I need to be aware of.
    Thanks

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  • Wael said

    I am a US Citizen who is hoping to travel with my family from Abu Dhabi to Casablanca and then take a train to Marrakech, and then return back to Casablanca and fly out to Abu Dhabi. Between end of March and first week of April 2021. There is reference to prohibition of travel out of Casablanca and the local Moroccan embassy in Abu Dhabi is not picking up the phone. Is travel allowed within Morocco?

    Thanks,

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  • Marius said

    Hello, Ellen, Amelia or anybody from Nomads team:)

    I am planning my trip by ferry from Sete (France) to Nador. Ferry company selling tickets, but nobodies know about Morocco boarder crossing in Nador. Maybe you, or anybody else can help me?
    Thank you very much!

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  • Karla Garcia said

    Hello, I have a question i am from the United states and planning to go to marrakech on may 3rd does anyone knows if airport will be open.

    If anyone have an answer can you please let me know. Thank you

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    • Vibb said

      May is still long way to go. As far as I know, it is still open for some countries and visa-exempt tourists. There are some exceptions for several countries, such as UK, Turkey, Ukraine, and so on. And the covid regulations are ever-changing in nature, so I suggest you to check daily on: https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php

      It is an official website about covid regulations around the world for traveling by flights and almost up-to-date. The regulations may change every time. I personally also check it every time when the time of my travel comes...

      I do not responsible for any inconvenience happened to you, I am just a tourist wanting to go to Morocco and Im trying to help. Cheers!

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  • Jessie said

    Hi team,
    I hope today is a good day for everyone.
    I would like to know as I am planning to travel to Morocco 2nd April. As I was searching for information visa exempt allowed to enter but need hotel reservations but I just want to be sure so I call the embassy but they have no ideas so I would like to ask if there any body already been to Morocco with hotels reservations or anyone have anyone have some more information would be very helpful and appreciated.
    Thank you everyone and have a lovely day.

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    • fro said

      Hi! As of current situation (March): We are from a visa exempt country and just needed booking+pcr+tickets to enter Morocco. We had a 23h+ layover Cas-Agadir and took a taxi to city at night without problems. Now we are at Tagazout for surfing. Few days ago only a part of the beaches were closed, now all sandy beaches are closed (you can surf on rocky spots, but cannot lay on the sand, hhhh lol). Police is patrooling and kindly asks you to move from the sand to grass/rocks, same rules for locals and non locals. Cafes, markets, shops are open. When in the car everyone should wear a mask. Strange rules, hhhh.

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  • Kayla Perdomo Hernandez said

    I am supposed to go to Morocco on March 27. I have my hotel reservations and I will be getting my test results. Do I need anything else??

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  • Vibb said

    Are you currently in Morocco?
    I have an upcoming travel to Morocco to see my friend & tourism purpose. I read from some articles that traveling/moving between cities are restricted & we should get the local authorisation to do so. Is it still remains in place about the restriction? If it is, is it that hard to get the authorisation?
    I'm planning to travel from Casablanca to Marrakech...
    Thanks!

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  • Vibb said

    Kayla Hernandez:
    The recent regulation doesn't need your hotel reservations to go to Morocco. Here is the recent update on regulations in Morocco from IATA website
    https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php

    I also have an upcoming trip to Morocco on March 27. May I know do you have any idea about the local restrictions in there? Like moving between cities need local authorisation and so on... If you do know, please tell me more, Iam in desperate need to know what really happened about local restrictions.... Thanks!

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  • Sarah said

    Hi I hope someone can help me I have double nationality Moroccan and Netherlands I leave in Morocco I cam to Holland to see my family and know they closed with the Netherlands I want to know if I can for from Holland to Spain and than to Morocco I have Moroccan id and passport also !!!!

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  • Vibb said

    Sarah:
    I've copied the text from some sources:

    "The border with the Spanish autonomous cities, Ceuta and Melilla, is closed.

    Maritime travel to Spain, Gibraltar, and France remains restricted. However, ferries from Sete of France and Genoa of Italy are operating."


    Not sure if you travel from Spain-Morocco by plane is allowed or not (considering your very first country of origin is Netherlands). Hope that helps a bit

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  • Ashar said

    I am Indian working in Dubai. (Already did my vaccination )
    I want to know when I can travel to morocco as I need visa and I checked in the embassy in Dubai and they have no idea when they will start giving visa for tourism.

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  • Mohamed said

    Hallo
    I am married to a marroccan Girl and we have children together . I am a danish citizen Right now i am i spain and i was denied to Enter marrocco due to some restrection . I need to see my children. What Can i do ? Plz help i spent a lot of mony on transports and hotels to and from the marrocan embassy .
    Thx you

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  • Jeffrey said

    going for marriage

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  • Lina said

    I am very confused I don’t see that that travel out of Casablanca is prohibited on the US embassy website. I only see that you need permission from local authorities to travel in and out of cities.

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  • Victoria Dodgson said

    Hi everyone, I am a UK citizen with British passport, I have been working in gibraltar for last 5 months. I was thinking of travelling to morroco end of April. Is it allowed? Restrictions are very confusing

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  • Yass said

    I am a Moroccan , resident in Morocco and currently on business trip in Italy , can I enter to Morocco via a flight connection with Spain ? I found no official answer. Thank you.

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  • Charlie said

    Hi everyone, as Morocco is planning to close its borders starting from 30th of March, will these affect the already booked flights from Morocco to France ? My wife has a 3 month visa and needs to leave the country in this 3 month period, otherwise we have to apply for a visa all over again. What kind of permission or paperwork does she need to leave Morocco as her flight is on 3rd of April. Thank you in advance for your response.

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  • Mina said

    Any Idea when free travel will start in Morocco to Europe as last march had to get a emergency flight out to the uk as was ill, during the first lockdown and have left my BMW car in the country .
    By now it will be well over the 90 days, you can keep a car in the country, any idea if that has changed as have been unable to get it out, or are they still fining people
    Mina

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  • Reena said

    Hi all,

    I have a flight from US to Casablanca with a layover in Madrid, in June. Hearing these restrictions I see that this may impact me. Has anyone recently traveled to CMN with a layover in France or Spain into Morocco?

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  • Marina green said

    I travel with my daughter to tangier,moroccco to vicit friends. Do I have to make a hotel reservations first. Or can I go to my friends house direct from the airport. ? Thank you. Sincerely. Marina 🌸🌸🌺🌺🦋🦋🦋

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  • Prokop said

    Hi there,
    I am from Czech Republic which is on the list of the countries forbidden to travel from, even via 3rd counry. I wonder if whether this ban remains even till July, if I could take a flight from Israel to Morocco, as I will be in Palestine during the summer.. Just wondering whether they check the nationality and ban them accordingly, or going from Israel is safe, no matter who.
    Cheers if anyone can give me an advice.

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  • Grace said

    Hello,

    My family has been stuck in Morocco since December 2020. They have tried many times to return to the UK but flights keep cancelling. The British Embassy isn't helpful and is difficult to reach. Please HELP. They are UK citizens and cannot stay in the country for any longer, money is running out and they will be out on the streets in a matter of weeks.

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  • Frank said

    Maybe someone knows if Moroccans can travel to other countries without problems, or do they need a letter of invitation to study or work from the country they are going to travel to?

    I ask this question because I have a friend who wants to visit me in my country Ecuador, but he does not know if he is going to have problems at the departure airport.
    Thanks for your help

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  • Stephen said

    I want to travel to Morocco may fora month is that possible I have had both my jabs and I’m clear

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  • William stout said

    I am stuck in morocco I want to get to my home country spain when can I travel have payed over 1000 dollers paying the covid police I have no
    money left no where to stay living on the street help some one my wife is so worried as I have none of my bank cards on me using a friend account for some money

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  • Man FErnand said

    There are some nice people there but...Good look to you, with or without Covid-19. Morocco is gone since quite a while but perhaps Covid-19 might placate all that aggressive greed...And, poor you, if you need, or would lile to, visit Casablanca, that horror of a traffic gridlock...A mess.

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  • Travel said

    Do you already know the new information about travel? I would like to travel to Morocco

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