You will find on this page an overview of the administrative procedures that will allow you to travel to Morocco. Please note that this information is taken from official sites and may change at any time without notice. The laws and regulations of Morocco, as well as the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad take precedence over this page.
In order to visit Morocco, anyone, regardless of the country of origin or citizenship, may have to obtain, prior to their trip, a document allowing them to enter Moroccan territory. Below is a checklist to help you prepare for your stay with us.
Step 1: Passport
Make sure you have a valid passport. Ideally, its expiry date should cover at least three months more than the duration of your stay in Morocco.
Step 2: Registration for RIDEF 2022
In order to begin your travel arrangements, you may have to present your proof of registration at the International Meeting of Freinet Educators (RIDEF). Thus, we suggest you register as soon as possible. You may also be asked for your proof of registration when you go through Moroccan customs.
Step 3: Visa application procedures
For more information on the formalities and the types of visas in force, please visit the site intended for the types of visas granted .
Step 4: Plane ticket
Once you have obtained your travel document necessary for your arrival in Morocco, you are now ready to purchase your plane tickets.
Warning: Wait until you have received the visa before buying the plane ticket.
Step 5: Passage through Moroccan customs
During your flight to Morocco, make sure you have all the documents explaining the reason for your coming with you on the plane (valid passport, valid visa, RIDEF registration certificate, address of your accommodation in Agadir and any other document that may be required by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad to enter Morocco.