Visa Requirements for Morocco
As you gear up for your adventure in Morocco, securing a visa might be on your checklist. The process might seem a bit overwhelming at first, but we've got all the details laid out for you to make it as smooth as possible.
Option A - No Visa Required for Short Stays
For many travellers, the joyous news is that Morocco offers a visa exemption for citizens of around 70 countries, including the US, UK, EU countries, and Australia, for stays of up to 90 days. This means you can skip the visa application process altogether and focus on planning the fun parts of your trip!
Option B - Electronic Visa Application
While Morocco currently does not offer an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) like some countries, it's always wise to check the latest visa policies before your trip, as these can change. Keep an eye on the official Moroccan immigration website for any updates on electronic visa options that may become available in the future.
Option C - Visa on Arrival
Morocco does not typically offer a visa on arrival for nationalities that require a visa, so it’s important to arrange your visa before you travel.
Option D - Apply at a Moroccan Embassy or Consulate
If you’re from a country that requires a visa for Morocco or you prefer to have everything sorted before you leave, applying at a Moroccan Embassy or Consulate is the way to go. You'll need to fill out an application form, submit your passport, provide photos, and pay the visa fee. The process can take up to two weeks, so it’s best to get started well in advance of your trip.
Total Cost: The cost for a Moroccan visa can vary, so please check the official Moroccan Consulate website or contact them directly for the most accurate and current pricing.
Please note: When applying for your visa, you'll be asked to provide proof of your travel itinerary and accommodation in Morocco. Refer to your tour confirmation documents for the details of your first night's stay.