Moroccan regulations governing the entry to Morocco stipulate that any foreigner wishing to travel to Morocco should have a valid passport or any other document recognized by the Moroccan State as a travel document (Law No. ° 02-03, November 11, 2003 linked to foreigners’ entry and stay in Morocco).
|Algeria||United States of America||Monaco|
|Saudi Arabia||la France||New Zealand|
|Belgium||Hong Kong SAR (for a period of thirty days)||philippines|
|South Korea||Latvia||Singapore (for a period of thirty days)|
|United Arab Emirates||Mexico||Tunisia|
|The United Nations Experts’ passports or laissez-passer issued by the UN are exempted from visa to enter Morocco.|
|Nationals of countries that have signed agreements with Morocco on the abolition of visas for official passports: diplomatic, service and special (See the list below).|
For foreigners coming to or going from Morocco within the framework of an organized trip, they need:
A valid passport, covering at least the period of stay in Morocco, is required.
For foreign citizens coming to Morocco individually, in couples or groups:
They should have valid passports or other document recognized by the Moroccan State as travel document.
For foreign nationals whose countries are subject to the formality of visa:
In accordance with the above law provisions, the travel documents of foreign nationals whose countries are subject to the formality of visa must be accompanied with payable visa, issued by Moroccan authorities.
Visas are issued to foreigners subject to this formality, after payment of fees, and upon presentation of the following documents:
People having their habitual residence abroad (be it tourists or Moroccans living abroad) may benefit from the regime of temporary admission of objects according to the recommendations of international conventions on the free movement of persons and temporary admission of the items they bring, and the efforts of the Moroccan Administration in this matter.
However, a non-resident person should re-export these items at the end of his stay. These provisions do not concern students and itinerant dealers.
Animals and plants
For foreigners coming to Morocco with their pets, they need to bring their health certificates issued in less than six days and anti-rabies certificates of less than six months.
Are namely prohibited from importation:
With formalities: Works of arts, collection objects and antiques: Permission of the Department of Cultural Affairs is required.
Source : Ministery of Foreign Affairs and Coorporation