Enter Text To Searcha friendly little boy

Getting To Morocco

 There are many comfortable ways to get to Morocco, the ‘world apart’ land to enjoy a wonderful fun filled vacation! While tourists need visas and travel papers to come to Morocco, visitors from some countries are allowed to enter without a formal travel visa. Such countries include Schengen member states, United Kingdom, Ireland, United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Venezuela Bahrain, Côte d'Ivoire, Croatia, Republic of Congo, Guinea, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Kuwait, Libya, Lithuania, Mali, Niger, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, South Korea, Tunisia, Turkey and United Arab Emirates.



Ways of travel to Morocco



  • Flight                                        

Flights are the most appropriate mode of transportation for the people across the globe. There are numerous flights from New York, Montreal, Dubai and various European cities to the main Moroccan airport in Casablanca. Charter flights are also available to the city of Agadir. Some of the European flight companies that operate flights to Morocco are Iberia, Air Berlin, TAP Portugal, Air France, Lufthansa, Swiss Airlines, Alitalia, Turkish Airlines, Norwegian, BMI, Portugalia, British Airways, Brussels Airlines and Air Germany.

There are weekly flights from Dublin to Agadir. Flights from London and Manchester to Marrakech and Casablanca are also operated. Another option to reach Morocco is from Paris. Flights from Bergamo, Girona, Reus, Bremen, Madrid, Brussels, Frankfurt-Hahn, Eindhoven and Porto are also available. Flights from Canary Islands to Marrakech and from Dubai to Casablanca are operated too.


  • Boat

There are many ferry connections available from Spain to the city of Tangier, Morocco. Algeciras of Spain is a main port that serves the Moroccan border of Ceuta and Tangier. Ferry travel from Algeciras can take less than 2 hours to reach Tangier. Tangier can also be reached from Tarifa, a small port in Spain and this usually takes about only 35 minutes. There are also other connections to Morocco through Spanish ports, called Malaga and Almeria. The Spanish port of Melilla is also well connected to the Moroccan neighboring town of Nador. Ferries are operated from France too, to reach Tangier. There is also a high-speed boat service that connects the British crown colony of Gibraltar with Tangier. On reaching Tangier, the other cities are easily accessible.


  • Car

The Spanish cities of Ceuta and Melilla are the only open border posts on land that are connected to Morocco. There are ferry services from Algeciras and Tarifa in Southern Spain that help carry cars to the Moroccan cities of Ceuta and Tangier. The Tarifa route is the shortest and fastest as it only involves a 35 minutes travel. Tourists can also enter Morocco through Mauritana, the Moroccan border by car from Dakhla, the West Saharan city. It may be difficult to enter the country when a commercial vehicle is used to travel and there are chances that they may be turned back. However, commercial vehicles can be taken in but a French-speaking person is required to speak to the head of customs at the border before the vehicle is brought in. Campervans are easily accepted to cross borders and get in to Morocco.