Like many countries, Morocco is eager to reopen its borders to tourism, but it’s taking a phased approach to doing so. Starting this week, the country is reopening its borders to business travelers and tourists from 67 visa-exempt countries who have confirmed hotel reservations. These countries include the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. It’s likely that there will be additional entry requirements, though nothing else has been announced yet.
In a recent tweet, Royal Air Maroc said, “Nationals of visa-exempt countries with an invitation from a Moroccan company or a confirmed hotel reservation can now have access to our flights to Morocco. All foreign visitors must comply with the health measures issued by the Moroccan authorities, in particular the obligation to carry out the required tests for COVID-19.”
All foreign visitors must comply with the health measures issued by the Moroccan authorities, in particular the obligation to carry out the required tests for COVID-19.
— Royal Air Maroc (@RAM_Maroc) September 6, 2020
In March, Morocco imposed some of the strictest travel restrictions in the world, closing all land, air, and sea borders.