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Travel to Morocco with Feel Morocco

1. Covid-19 Requirements

To enter Morocco, you have to present a PCR test done within 48 hours and a vaccination certificate. Both must be duly-approved and digitally verified with a QR code.

You also have to fill out a health form, which is offered at the airport and even on the plane. You can also fill it out online and download it before your trip by going to this link: https://www.onda.ma/form.php.

In addition, upon arrival in Morocco, they’ll do a rapid antigen test, as well as random PCR tests on some travelers.

Clarifications

What makes a vaccination certificate “valid”?

A valid vaccination certificate is understood to be one that shows the two initial doses (one in the case of the single-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine) plus a booster dose.

If it doesn’t show a booster dose, the certificate is still considered valid if the last dose was within the previous 4 months. So, make sure your certificate is valid until you return home.

What if I haven’t been able to get a booster and I’ve already had Covid?

In that case, the two-dose vaccination certificate (one in the case of the single-dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine) plus a certificate that proves that you’ve had the disease (in addition to the PCR test) is sufficient.

Are there age-based exemptions?

Yes, there are no Covid requirements for those under 6 years old. For those between 6-18 years old, a PCR test within the previous 48 hours is sufficient (no vaccination certificate is necessary).

2. Passports

Before traveling to Morocco it is important to make sure that you have your passport in order. In addition, it must have an expiration date of more than three months after your date of entry into Morocco. This applies to all travelers, including children and babies. Furthermore, if a minor does not travel accompanied by their parents, it may be necessary for them to carry a duly signed parental authorization.

It’s important to note that many travelers have been refused into to Morocco because of not having their passport in order. It’s possible that the police officer working at the border may admit someone with a passport with an expiration date of less than three months, but of course it’s not something to be taken for granted.

3. Visas

In some cases, it is necessary to have a visa. The following are the countries whose citizens do NOT require such a visa to travel to Morocco, but, as this list is subject to change over time, please consult it only for general guidance. To confirm whether you need a visa or not, we advise you to go to your country’s Moroccan embassy:

Andorra
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Bahrain
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Congo (People’s Republic)
Côte d’Ivoire
Croatia (90 days maximum)
Cyprus
Czech Republic

Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Guinea (Conakry)
Hong Kong (30 days maximum)
Hungary (30 days maximum)
Iceland
Indonesia
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Kuwait
Latvia
Libya

Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Mali
Malta
Mexico
Monaco
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nigeria
Norway
Oman
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico

Qatar
Romania
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tunisia
Turkey
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States of America

If you need a visa, you will need to apply for it at the embassy or consulate of the country of origin.