Morocco Travel Insurance

Choosing the right health cover for your trip to Morocco will give you peace of mind. By taking out appropriate international health insurance before you leave, you'll have every chance of enjoying your Moroccan experience with complete peace of mind.

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There are countless reasons why Morocco is one of the world’s most unique destinations, full of the promise of new discoveries and typically oriental charm: Unesco World Heritage-listed medinas, countless mosaics, a colorful and fragrant art of living that could not be more exotic. To prepare for your trip, consider taking out travel insurance to enjoy your vacation without worrying about the unexpected, and plan your travel itinerary with our top 6 must-sees in Morocco.

Morocco Travel Insurance
Travel Pass

Cost-effective international health insurance for your trip to Morocco.



/ trip

Travel insurance Morocco
Horizon 365

Appropriate health insurance if you travel at least twice a year.



/ year

Travel insurance Morocco
Gold Start

Our international health insurance for trips lasting more than 90 days.



/ month

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How to choose travel insurance for Morocco?

Travel insurance for Morocco?

To make the most of your trip and avoid any unpleasant surprises, don’t forget to take out travel insurance for Morocco. Mondassur offers you insurance tailored to your needs and situation at competitive prices.

When to go to Morocco?

The best seasons to discover Morocco are spring (April to May) and autumn (September to October).

Must-see places in Morocco


Surrounded by mountains, Chefchaouen is known for its bright blue color, peaceful atmosphere and narrow streets. It’s an excellent destination for discovering the region’s most beautiful medina, and hiking in the Rif.


Located at the northern tip of the country, Tangier offers a breathtaking view of Spain. It’s the only city where you can swim in both the Atlantic and the Mediterranean.
The great “Socco” and the Kasbah of Tangier offer travelers a lively, friendly atmosphere. A complete change of scenery is guaranteed.


Perched on the high plateaus of the Atlas Mountains, Ouarzazate is the gateway to the great palm groves of the Draâ and Dades valleys. Don’t miss the walk through the kasbah, a veritable labyrinth.


Known as the Ochre City, Marrakech is Morocco’s leading tourist destination.
Lose yourself in the souks before returning to Jemaa-El-Fna square, where you’ll find a unique atmosphere and a typically local type of entertainment that has changed little since medieval times.


Thanks to its influence in the world of Koranic studies and Arabo-Andalusian art, Fez is a jewel in the crown of the Arab world.
If you don’t have a lot of time to devote to it, prefer Fès El-Bali (the old medina) to the new town. The tanners’ district is one of the most impressive places to visit in Morocco, and you’ll leave with a nose full of smells you’ll never forget.


The Dunes de Merzouga are one of the province’s tourist highlights, and visitors flock to Merzouga to enjoy a unique, enchanting view at sunrise and sunset. Merzouga sand is also famous for its therapeutic properties. In July and August, visitors from home and abroad flock to the sand baths.

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