You do not need any vaccinations before traveling to Morocco, although we recommend you check with your doctor to assure you are current on your regular vaccinations.
Morocco was certified a malaria free country by the World Health Organization in 2010.
You do not need a vaccination certificate if you are traveling directly from the US or Europe.
Drink only bottled water when in Morocco and avoid ice cubes made from tap water. Be sure to brush your teeth with bottled water, too.
Moroccan street food is safe to eat provided that the meat is fully cooked and vegetables and fruits are peeled.
Be wary of uncooked fruits and vegetables that you cannot peel.
Do not drink the tap water while in Morocco and avoid ice cubes made from tap water. Be sure to brush your teeth with bottled water, too.
You can find doctors in the major cities in both the public and private sector. Please consider acquiring traveler’s insurance for your trip if your regular health insurance does not cover you overseas.
Morocco has a Mediterranean climate along the coast, with more extreme temperatures and weather in the mountains and desert. Temperatures are high in the summer, mild in the spring and fall, and cool in the winter.
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