Current Travel Update

June 11, 2021

Starting June 15, 2021, international flights to Morocco will resume and travellers will be able to travel to Morocco if they have a vaccination certificate or a negative PCR test taken no more than 48 hours before the date/time of entry into Moroccan territory. Please read on to understand the conditions.

The Moroccan Ministry of Health has classified countries into two lists (A and B).

For travellers from a country in list A, a vaccination pass or a certificate attesting that the person is fully vaccinated is required. For those who could not be vaccinated, they must have a negative PCR test at boarding not exceeding 48 hours. Children under the age of 11 are exempt.

For tourists coming from countries listed in list B, they must obtain an exceptional travel authorisation from their Moroccan embassy beforehand. Upon arrival, they must present a negative PCR test dated within 48 hours of the date of entry into the national territory and undergo a mandatory 10-day isolation.

For the complete list of countries in lists A and B, please follow this link to access the official Visit Morocco website.

Dar Zaman is open and accepting reservations!

For the latest news on Morocco, visit Visit Morocco, H24info and Morocco World News.

Several countries are now requesting a reciprocal negative PCR test for your return home – click on this link for a list of places in Marrakech where you can get this test performed.

In the meantime, the Dar Zaman team is here to help and answer any questions you may have.

Increased Hygiene Protocols

Our number one priority is the well-being, health and safety of our guests and team members.

The Moroccan Ministry of Tourism, in consultation with the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), has developed guidelines that all tourist establishments are required to adopt.

Those measures include:

  • Disinfectant mat at the entrance to the property
  • Disinfection of baggage at the time of check-in
  • Social distancing in public areas

Trained and supervised staff

  • Daily monitoring of staff temperatures
  • Increased focus on hand hygiene – staff wash hands at least once every hour
  • Staff are provided with protective equipment for individual use: masks, visors, hydro-alcoholic gels; uniforms are disinfected daily.
  • Observance of the procedures for dealing with colleagues or guests should they fall ill

Use and free distribution of preventative materials

  • Disposable masks are available for guests
  • Dispensers for hydro-alcoholic solution are available in public areas

Cleaning and disinfection of bedrooms and public areas

  • Rooms are entirely disinfected upon the departure of each guest
  • Rooms are left empty for a window of 24 hours between departing and newly arriving guests
  • Exposed surfaces such as door handles, light switches, worktops, toilet flush buttons, bedside tables and stair railings are regularly disinfected

Enhanced Food Safety

  • All staff preparing or serving food have a Health Card (requires annual health check) as standard procedure
  • Our kitchen staff wear a disposable mask, visor and gloves when preparing food
  • Separate designated private dining areas are allocated to guests for the duration of their stay – roof terrace, courtyard, dining room, salon

Secure Airport Transfers

  • The transport company we partner with for airport transfers and excursions adheres strictly to the new protocols – drivers have been trained and vehicles are disinfected after each journey

With safety as our main priority we take every precaution in order for our guests to feel safe when staying or visiting our guesthouse.

We’re looking forward to welcoming you very soon at Dar Zaman!

Stay happy and safe!
Dar Zaman team

This information is valid until further notice and may be updated.

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