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Coronavirus Pandemic

Morocco

Starting June 15 2021, international flights to Morocco will be able to resume and travellers can have access to Moroccan territory subject to entry restrictions; provide a full vaccination certificate (with the second dose being administered at least 2 weeks before travel) and / or a negative PCR test.  The result must show that the PCR test itself was undertaken no more than 72 hours before boarding your flight or ferry into Moroccan territory. Children under the age of 11 years old are exempt from the PCR testing requirement for entry into Morocco. On arrival to Morocco, you will be asked to present a completed Public Health Passenger form.

 

Morocco has been very proactive in controlling the coronavirus outbreak and as such there are currently stringent controls over travel and tourism including social distancing, face coverings, curfews in public places and restrictions on movement between cities. It is hopeful that the pandemic will continue to be more under control and these conditions will be relaxed in line with the growing success of their vaccination programme. However, it must be pointed out that should this not be the case, it is likely that restrictions could be reinstated at short notice and difficult to predict at this time when or if this will happen due to the continual changing situation. This can be reviewed over the coming months before you commit yourself to any booking, but if you choose to book and travel to Morocco any entry requirements, local rules, safety regulations must be adhered to.

 

As of September 2021, Morocco is on the UK's 'Amber' list but as of 19th July 2021 fully vaccinated passengers will not have to self-isolate after returning to the UK from an Amber list country (but this could be subject to change at short notice). Additionally, the Foreign Office has now removed Morocco from the list of countries where they advise against 'all but essential travel' which should now mean travel insurance would be readily available to travellers. We do advise that all travellers check the current status of Morocco which can change at any time and please review any possible quarantine requirements upon return to your country; please click here: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco/entry-requirements#entry-rules-in-response-to-coronavirus-covid-19

 

Should you wish to travel to Morocco from another country it is essential that you check what regulations may apply regarding travel from your country of departure into and out of Morocco and indeed whether entry from your country of departure is permitted into Morocco. Also should you have been in another country prior to your point of departure please check that travel restrictions into Morocco are not subject to a refusal, currently Morocco has a red list of countries from which entry will be refused. There have also recently been some visa restrictions applied and as this situation is constantly changing, please contact us and we will be able to advise what rules are currently in place but please be aware this will be at the time you contact us and may be subject to change.

 

We are still working remotely from home and not in our office so please bear with us and we will answer your queries as soon as we are able. If you phone our office number and you are unable to get through, please leave us a message or email and we will respond to you as soon as possible.

Please feel free to contact us and we can inform you of the latest developments and alternative options as regards your booking or any potential future holidays you may be considering.