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Current situation in Morocco, travel, vaccinations, bookings & security

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We have increased our hygiene and safety precautions.
The following provisions apply to existing bookings and new bookings:

International flights to Morocco will resume on June 15, 2021. Travelers have access to Moroccan territory under certain conditions if they can present a vaccination certificate or a negative PCR test at least 48 hours before entering Morocco. To carry out this procedure, the countries were divided into two lists (A and B) in accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health. The Moroccan borders are as of 06/15/2021 according to the information below.

Flight operations have been resumed with special flights.


In this context, according to the recommendations of the ministries of health, the countries have been divided into two lists (A and B) based on official epidemiological data published by the World Health Organization (WHO) or by these countries themselves through their official websites.


The most important FAQs (Source: Moroccan Ministry of Tourism)

1. From which countries can I enter Morocco?

The Moroccan authorities have drawn up two lists in which the countries are classified according to their epidemiological situation.


2. Can only Moroccan citizens enter the country or other citizens too?

The new entry requirements apply to both Moroccan and foreign nationals.


3. Can all airlines fly to Moroccan airports?

Yes, all airlines fly to Morocco from airports in list A countries that have been granted overflight and landing permits by the Moroccan aviation authorities (special flights).


4. How can I find out whether my country of residence is on List A or List B?

The A and B lists are already available on the websites of the relevant ministries for foreign affairs, health and tourism. Both lists are updated regularly, at least twice a month, as required.


5. Which countries are on the A list?

List A contains the UN member states that are not included in List B (see point 7).


6. What are the conditions for entry into Morocco for list A travelers?

Travelers from these countries can enter Morocco if they can show a negative PCR test at least 48 hours before entering Morocco or if they can provide proof of complete vaccination protection for at least 2 weeks.


7. Which countries are on list B?

The countries in List B are regularly updated under the following link:


8. What are the conditions for entry into Morocco for List B travelers?

Tourists from B-list countries are divided into two categories. Travelers who are vaccinated or have a certificate stating that they have been vaccinated with one of the vaccines approved in Morocco are exempt from quarantine and only need a negative PCR test less than 48 hours ago and a completed and before boarding Submit signed health form.


Unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated individuals must undergo a controlled 10-day quarantine by submitting a negative PCR test less than 48 hours ago, a completed and signed health form, a completed and signed declaration of honor for 10-day placement, and a Provide a receipt for accommodation in one of the hotels previously determined by the Moroccan authorities. A PCR test is mandatory on day 9.


9. Does the vaccinated person have to submit a PCR test?

No, the PCR test is no longer required for travelers from a country on List A who have a vaccination certificate.

All travelers must complete a "Passenger Health Form" and present it on arrival in Morocco. Entry by ship is only possible from Sète (France) and Genoa (Italy), and foreign citizens can travel on the same routes from 07/15/2020.


The exemption for Corona has been extended until September 10, 2021.


The measures to contain the corona are as follows:


Obligation to wear masks in public places


Restaurants, cafes, grocery stores and shops can be open until 9 p.m.


Domestic travel is possible for vaccinated persons without authorization. Unvaccinated tourists must book hotels when traveling without a local agency.


The national night curfew is currently in effect from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.

Vaccinated individuals and individuals with a valid reason and authorization are exempt.


This link provides detailed information about the current situation in Morocco and useful telephone numbers for your stay. Everything you need to know for your return journey from Morocco to Germany can be found under this link:

Since the safety of our guests and our staff is our top priority, we have tightened our precautionary measures. It is very important to us that every stay with us is safe and pleasant.

We take care of our guests and employees by introducing additional measures to protect their wellbeing.
Our employees have been briefed on the guidelines of the World Health Organization.
We are in constant contact with the responsible health and travel authorities in order to keep our guests and employees up to date and to inform them about the measures to be taken.

We welcome our guests with the same warmth and hospitality as we have always done. Even if the situation in connection with the outbreak of COVID 19 is changing rapidly and is changing: We strive to keep you up to date and to take care of you.

Existing bookings

You can change your existing booking until June 2021 without additional administrative costs. Contact us to check availability (some weeks may already be blocked) and for more information.

New bookings
from September 2021

If entry to Morocco should not be possible due to Corona restrictions (closed borders), you can easily rebook your trip.

If you need a PCR test to return to your home country, there are laboratories with which we can make an appointment.

Everyone at Wave Gypsy can't wait to see you back with us

Just write us an email and we will help you answer all your questions.