Before traveling to Morocco it is essential to verify that you have a valid passport (or ID only in some very specific cases, like excursions of one day duration). In addition, you need to have a passport expiration date more than three months (counting from the arriving date). Valid for all travelers, including children and babies. In this case, in addition, if such minor is not traveling with their parents, it will be necessary carrying a parental authorization formalized in origin country institutions. There are already several cases of entry denial to Morocco due to non-valid passport with an expiration date of less than three months.
In addition to the passport, you may be asked to fill two forms (one at arrival and another one at departure). The forms will be provided by national authorities and they are required by the government of Morocco to carry an identity control of everyone who enters and leaves the country. It will be necessary to fill out the personal data, the reason for the visit and the profession.
In some cases, it may be necessary to have a visa. Below are the countries whose citizens do NOT require such a visa to travel to Morocco, but, as this list can change over time, please only refer to it as a guideline. To make sure, we recommend you to contact the Moroccan embassy in your country:
|Australia||Hong-Kong (only for 30 days)||Monaco||Singapore|
|Austria||Hungary (only for 30 days)||Netherlands||Slovakia|
|Czech Republic||Libya||Puerto Rico||United Arab Emirates|
|Estonia||Lithuania||Republic of the Congo||Venezuela|
Finally, for those who want more information, please refer to our related article Important things you must know before traveling to Morocco