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Canada and Morocco enjoy a strong bilateral relationship including people-to-people links, trade and investment, various forms of commercial relationship and so forth.

There were about 73,000 Moroccan disasporas in Canada in 2016. Up to 2,500 young Moroccans come to study in Canada every year. Also, Morocco provides Canada with commercial opportunities of interest in sectors like agriculture, clean technologies, infrastructures, mining and so forth.

Canadians travel to Morocco for trade, business, and tourism. Tourism in Africa is an important attractive force for Canadians. However, it is important to have the right Morocco travel insurance before leaving Canada to the North African country. This will cover you in case of hospitalization and emergency medical situations.

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Basic Information About Morocco

Some important information on Morocco Travel Insurance that we think you’ll want to know before you travel.

Name Value
Currency Moroccan dirham
Most common languages spoken Arabic, Berber, and French
Capital Rabat
Continent Africa
Population Approx. 35 million
Plug type Plug type C and F
Driving side Right-hand side
  • Spring - March to May
  • Summer - June to August
  • Autumn - September to November
  • Winter - December to February
Laws Local laws and customs


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Morocco Security Measures for travelers

The decision to travel to Morocco is yours and you are equally responsible for your personal safety and security in Morocco. However, we provide you credible and timely information in our Travel Advice to help you to stay safe and to make an informed decision as regards traveling outside Canada.

Risk Level

Morocco – Exercise a high degree of caution

Due to the threat of terrorism, exercise a high degree of caution in Morocco.

  • Avoid all travels to within 30 kilometers west of the Berm, Morocco’s border with Western Sahara and on the eastern side.

Entry / Exit requirements

Every country and territory decides who enters or exits its borders, Morocco is not exempted. The Canadian Government will not interfere with the country’s decision if you do not meet the entry or exit requirements.

The information on this page was obtained from Moroccan authorities; however, it can change at any time. Moreover, you can verify the information with foreign diplomatic missions and consulates in Canada.


The type of passport you use to travel determines your entry requirements. Check with your transportation company to find out about passport requirement before leaving.

  • Regular Canadian Passport - You are required to have a passport that is valid at least six months beyond the date you intend to leave Morocco.
  • Passport for official travel - Different rules may apply. Learn more about official travel here.
  • Other travel documents - The entry rules that apply when you are traveling with a temporary passport or an emergency travel document may be different. Find out from the closest diplomatic mission for Morocco before you travel.

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Morocco Healthcare

There are lots of public and private healthcare centers and hospitals in Morocco but healthcare cost may not be up to Canada’s standard and medical treatment could be expensive. Thus, you need to have the right Morocco travel insurance coverage before you leave to avoid unnecessary cost. Without the adequate Morocco travel insurance coverage, you may be on the hook for thousands of dollars in the African country if unexpected illness, accident or injury occurs.

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Morocco Travel Insurance News

One of the most important things you need to know before setting off to the North African country is how to stay safe. Although Morocco is relatively safe, petty crimes still occur. However, you will do well and enjoy your stay if you observe some tips to stay safe in Morocco.

Some petty-criminal groups target tourists, especially in the night, so avoid walking alone at night. The risk may be higher if you are a woman. Women new to Morocco should avoid walking alone, even in the day.

Morocco is a conservative Muslim country; therefore, you should be careful about the kind of dress you put on. Dress conservatively while in Morocco. Moroccans see jewelry as a sign of wealth and theft is common here. Avoid flashing jewelry while in Morocco. Also, avoid carrying valuables, avoid back alleys and watch out for scams, say no to tour guides and always negotiate taxi prices upfront in the North African country.

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