Morocco is relaxing its borders to international visitors, including passengers from the UK.
Under new rules introduced on Thursday (1 October), travellers who do not require a visa can enter Morocco as long as they present a negative Covid-19 test with results dated within 72 hours of departure.
Travellers must also present either an invite issued by a Moroccan company or an accommodation booking for the duration of their stay.
Morocco currently does not have a travel corridor with the UK, so anybody returning from the destination will have to self-isolate for 14 days. The Foreign Office is also advising against non-essential travel to the destination.
Jamal Kilito, director for the UK and Ireland at the Moroccan National Tourist Office, said: “As we emerge from the pandemic, we are looking forward to welcoming British and Irish travellers to the Kingdom of Morocco where they can enjoy a truly exceptional tourism experience with peace of mind.
“With secure health and safety measures in place, we are confident that we can rebuild our tourism industry and provide travellers with the warm Moroccan welcome they have always enjoyed.”
Two airlines currently fly directly from the UK to Morocco: Royal Air Maroc flies from Heathrow to Casablanca three times weekly, while Air Arabia operates a Gatwick-Tangier service twice per week.