WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

WHEN TO GO?

Morocco is at its finest in spring (mid-March to May), when the country is lush and green, followed by autumn (September to November) when the heat of summer is less intense.

HOW DO I KNOW WHICH TRIP IS RIGHT FOR ME?

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DO I NEED TRAVEL INSURANCE?

If you need a Visa for Morocco, then travel insurance is often a mandatory requirement of the visa application. You will have to get travel insurance and show proof of it along with your visa application documents.
However, the thing with visa applications is that the requirements often change from one country to the other, even if we’re applying for the same type of visa. So, some Embassies or Consulates will ask to see travel insurance before issuing your Moroccan visa, while others may not.
Additionally, if you don’t require a visa to enter Morocco (e.g. you are from the EU, US, or UK), then no one will probably ask to see whether you have travel insurance.
But regardless of the visa requirements, it is always a smart idea to purchase travel insurance for wherever you travel. You never know what can happen in a trip, and in cases of emergencies, the extra cost of paying for travel insurance can save you from high medical costs.

WHAT SHOULD TRAVEL INSURANCE FOR MOROCCO INCLUDE?

Morocco travel insurance should cover at least the basics:

  • Medical emergencies. You should have coverage for emergency services such as ambulances, doctor visits, hospitalization, and emergency medical procedures such as surgeries.

  • Trip disruption coverage. It is important to have coverage for trip disruptions, such as cancellation, delay, or missed flights, if they are non-refundable.

  • Coverage for loss, damage, or theft of luggage.

  • Coverage for emergency evacuation or repatriation. If you need to be flown back to your home country in an emergency, then repatriation coverage will cover the costs.

In addition to these, you can choose to get coverage for things like  “adventurous” activities you can do in Morocco, such as hiking, trekking, diving, kayaking, etc. Such activities are not always included in standard travel health insurance policies.

Other optional additions include liability insurance, terrorism insurance, and coverage for expensive items and gadgets.