Travel advice

Every visitor to Morocco must have a valid passport (for at least six months from the time one enters Morocco) and a visa, if required. Please ensure that you have at least two (2) blank facing pages in your passport.

On arrival, you are required to complete an arrival form, normally issued on the airplane – be sure to complete this before arriving at the desk of the passport official. The same form is to be completed on departure and handed in as you pass through passport control – they are available at the airport before passing through the embarkation gates, but pens are not. It is recommended that you have a pen on hand as this form must be completed before arriving at the desk of the passport official.


Many visitors to Morocco require a visa in order to enter the country. You cannot apply for a visa upon arrival. If you will require a visa to visit Morocco, be sure to allow plenty of time for the application process before your departure date.


Countries whose citizens can access Morocco without visa (Up to 90 days, except for Hong-Kong and Singapore passport holders who can stay up to 30 days).

Travel regulations are known to change without notice to the public. We recommend before you travel, to check the current regulations with the Moroccan Embassy in your country. A list of Moroccan Embassies around the world can be found here.

Inoculations and Vaccinations

Please also note that a yellow fever inoculation certificate is required for entry into Morocco if you have travelled from or through a yellow fever zone in the previous 6 days before entry. You cannot get an inoculation upon arrival and your inoculation certificate must be dated at least ten days prior to your arrival in Morocco.

Travel clinics recommend Hepatitis A, Typhoid and Hepatitis B vaccinations (more than 15 days before departure). Please consult your local doctor / travel clinic for further advice.