Since October 1, Morocco has relaxed the rules of entry for foreign guests who do not require a visa, and the Russians do not need one. To enter the country, you must present a negative PCR test for COVID-19, which was made no earlier than 72 hours before departure, and a confirmed hotel reservation or invitation.

Profi.Travel learned how things are now in the kingdom and what tourists can expect. At the moment, the quarantine is still in effect in the country, it was extended until October 10: movement between cities is limited, a curfew is in effect from 22.00, most hotels and attractions are closed, only Majorelle Park in Marrakech has opened. “Now there is no tourism in the country, although airplanes fly, but these are, rather, those who travel on business or to visit relatives. We do not yet know exactly what will happen after October 10, but we predict that tourism will begin to recover after 15, then most of the hotels in Marrakech are planned to open, and this is the most popular destination for sightseeing holidays. Of course, the swimming season ends somewhere before October 20, but we have well-developed sightseeing tours, and they are year-round. I see that the demand is already there: the New Year will definitely be relevant, and for this year, when most of the directions are closed, November may shoot out, despite the possible rains, ”she shared representative of the host company in Morocco Privilege Hors Piste Margarita Lebedeva… She also said that in Morocco, in the absence of direct flights, it is convenient to get through Istanbul on the wings of Turkish Airlines.

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At the moment, Royal Air Maroc and S7 have launched direct flights Moscow – Casablanca from October 16, three times a week, while there is no schedule for November. Experts find it difficult to predict whether they will fly, especially against the background of recent reports of a possible re-closure of borders in Russia.

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