Visiting Morocco has several requirements. For starters, all visitors to Morocco must have passports but none of the Schengen member countries or countries like Argentina, Chile, Peru, Mexico and Venezuela need visas but a valid passport for at least three months. The tourists who come to Morocco can not stay for more than 3 months. For tourists from countries that do need a visa, the Embassy of Morocco is the first place you should go. The price of a visa for one entry into the country is 20 euros and for several, 30 euros. Payment is made by the postal service. This entire process takes about 5 to 6 business days.
Requirements other than payment consist of filling out paperwork delivered by the Embassy, 4 passport photos taken for no more than 6 months valid passports with at least one blank page, a photocopy of the passport data, flight and hotel reservations. Morocco calls to some countries for cholera vaccination certificates. Pets need a health certificate less than 10 days old and anti rabies certificate less than 6 months old.
Extensions of stay can be time consuming, so it is easier to get to Ceuta or Melilla and enter a new label. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain considers that caution should be exercised when traveling to Morocco due to increased theft by oversight systems, tug and some robberies using knives.
Morocco photos: Stephen Walford, Peter Orr.