Morocco Travel Advisory
Moroccan customs authorities may enforce strict regulations concerning importation into Morocco or exportation from Morocco of items such as
firearms, religious materials, and large quantities of currency.
Religious proselytizing is prohibited.
Pornographic material is illegal.
Consuming alcohol in public places (streets, park, and beach) is prohibited.
During Ramadan, eating, drinking and smoking between sunrise and sunset is forbidden for Muslims avoid traveling during this time of the year, most restaurants, bars, and clubs are closed during the day or during Ramadan.
Homosexuality is a criminal offence in Morocco.
Sexual relations outside marriage are also punishable by law.
The penalties for possession of even small amounts of drugs are severe: up to 10 years imprisonment
You must hold a valid passport to enter Morocco. Your passport must be valid for a minimum period of six months from the date of entry into Morocco.
Border between Algeria and Morocco is officially closed. (no border crossing is allowed)
Permission from Moroccan authorities is required before traveling to Western Sahara.
Non-Muslims who attempt to enter mosques in Morocco may be stopped for questioning unless the mosque is open to the general public.
Morocco Emergency Phone Numbers
Police emergency telephone number is 19.
Medical telephone number is 15.
Firefighter telephone number is 15.