Government : Constitutional Monarchy
Capital : Rabat
Area : 446 550 Km²
Population : 33,2 million
Official languages : Arabic, French
Currency : Moroccan dirham
Vaccines and health
No mandatory vaccinations for travellers. A Yellow Fever vaccination is compulsory for travellers coming from Yellow Fever infested regions.
For adults, don't forget your vaccinations: Tetanus, Polio, Hepatitis A & B, Typhoid, and for those people at risk: Tuberculosis, Rabies.
For children, don't forget the vaccinations: Diphtheria, Tetanus, Whooping Cough, Polio, Tuberculosis, Measles, German Measles, Mumps, Hepatitis A & B, (1, long stay), Typhoid (1, long stay for those over 5 years old).
In Morocco, you must be warned about AIDS, Amebiasis, Ascaris, Hepatitis A & B, Leishmaniasis, bilharziosis, Malaria, Poisonous Fish, Snakes, Scorpions, Spiders, Polio, Rabies, Sexually transmitted diseases, Tetanus, Tuberculosis, Typhoid.
When to go ?
The best seasons to visit Morocco is spring (1, from April to May) and autumn (1, from September to October).
Visas and diplomacy
For all information, please contact your embassy or the Moroccan consulate.
Food and drinks
No hygienic problems in restaurants and shops. Be careful with products on market places. Avoid tap water drinkable. Better to consume local bottled water : Sidi Ali, Sidi Harazem, Oulmes (1, gaseous) controlled by Health Services.
Best places to go
The Hassan Tower in Rabat, Fes, the ancien imperial town of the country, the red town of Marrakech, the gorge of Todra and the region of Djebel Toubkalm in the High Atlas.
19, rue des Longs Prés
92100 Boulogne - FRANCE
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