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Specialist Morocco is a trading name of Specialist Destinations Ltd (a company registered in England and Wales, No. 7024404). Specialist Destinations is a member of the Travel Trust Association (No. U7736). By being a member of this association we provide 100% financial protection, irrespective of which country you book or travel from. 

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Health Advice for Morocco

Vaccinations

Current advice indicates that there are no mandatory required vaccines for Morocco. Recommended vaccinations include Tetanus, and Hepatitis A. Vaccinations to be considered (depending on where you intend to visit in Morocco, where you plan to stay, and what you intend to do) include Typhoid, Diphtheria, Hepatitis B, Rabies and Tuberculosis (TB).  A vaccination certificate is not required.

We strongly advise all travellers to consult their local Travel Health Clinic, GP and highly respected online sources detailed below, for further information and advice on health requirements for Morocco.

Fit For Travel – Health Information 

Fit for Travel is a public access website provided by the NHS (Scotland). It gives travel health information for people travelling abroad from the UK. The website is compiled and updated by a team of experts from the Travel Medicine Division at Health Protection Scotland (HPS). They produce detailed health advice for travellers to Morocco.

 

MASTA Health Information

MASTA offer a comprehensive Morocco Health Brief. These are very detailed but do incur a small charge. Their Morocco Health Brief provides travel and medical advice specifically tailored to your journey, expected living conditions abroad and dates of travel. 

 

WHO Health Information Advice on Malaria Prevention

World Health Organisation (WHO) publish a very detailed guide ‘International Travel and Health’. This publication offers guidance on the full range of health risks likely to be encountered at specific destinations and associated with different types of travel – from business, humanitarian and leisure travel to backpacking and adventure tours.