Do you need a visa for Morocco?

visa morocco passport

Do you need a visa to enter Morocco? What are the other conditions to visit Morocco? To answer these questions, I made a small list of all the useful information.

  Citizens of around 70 countries can enter Morocco visa-free for up to 90 days. Here is the list of the visa-free countries.

morocco visa policy map

Map by Gorden Cheng (Own work), via Wikimedia Commons

If your country is not listed as a visa-free one, please check more information here.

Don’t forget your valid passport. An ID card is not valid to enter Morocco.

To enter Morocco, you will need to fill out the tourist entry form.  You will find this form in the airports or at any other border crossing point. You will need to fill out this form again after leaving the country. If you press here, will find a bigger version of the tourist entry form.

morocco visa form passport control👉🏼 Smart tip. After landing, hurry up to the passport control point. Fill out the forms while waiting in the line. If many planes land at once, the queuing for passport control can take a long time. Especially at Marrakech airport.

👉🏼 Carry a pen with you to fill out the tourist entry form. Many times I saw people stuck in the lines and desperate for a pen as there are no pens offered in the airport.

👉  In the entry form, don’t forget to write down the address of your hotel in Morocco. If you forgot it, ask other travellers to give you their address as it is a formality.

👉 If you are a journalist or press photographer, better not to write down this in the entry form as a profession. To avoid questions.

👉 Drones are BANNED in Morocco. If you bring a drone to Morocco, you will not be able to get it back. More information here.

👉 In the airport, If you want to change money,  you will need to provide your passport. Always check the change!

👉 Never exceed your stay in Morocco for more than 90 days. If you do so, you must go to the police station, pay a fine and go to the court requesting forgiveness :))))

 

 

RELATED POSTS

Leave a Reply

My Newsletter