Visa & Covid-19
To enter Morocco you must have a valid passport with at least one blank page. Visas are not required for visits lasting less than 90 days. Presently, nationals of several countries—including Australia, New Zealand, the USA, the UK, the EU, and Canada—do not require a visa to visit Morocco as long as they have a passport with at least six months of remaining validity and a round-trip or return ticket. Since 2022, most Covid-19 restrictions have now been lifted.
When you go through passport control at Marrakech airport, always check that your passport is stamped, with the date entry. The stamp also should contain an unique number that will be used by hotels and immigration staff during your stay.
What is Morocco’s COVID-19 health situation for Autumn/Winter of 2023?
Please visit https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus/country/morocco for additional details about the covid-19 health issue in Morocco.
What requirements must be met to enter Morocco?
The PCR or Vaccine Pass regulations for entry into Moroccan territory have been removed. Only the passenger’s health form, properly filled out, must be presented.
What criteria must minors meet in order to enter the nation?
A valid vaccination passport for children between the ages of 12 and 18 requires two doses.
Children under the age of 12 are not subject to any entrance requirements.
Which vaccines is Morocco willing to accept?
The following is a list of vaccinations that Morocco will accept:
Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)
Covishield (Serum Institute of India)
Can I enter the airport with a vaccination pass from another country?
The Moroccan Pass can be used to autonomously operate the European Vaccine Pass.
Other nations’ Vaccination Passes are also accepted.
How can I find out if my vaccination passport to Morocco is still valid?
If you have a complete immunization record from your home country, you may go to Morocco.
Morocco has reopened its borders to Chinese visitors, after an easing of restrictions imposed last December to avoid the spread of infection from Covid-19.