Morocco is an amber list destination

When you travel to an amber list country, you’re required to get tested for COVID-19 for re-entry into the UK. The specific testing requirements vary depending on which part of the UK you’re from, whether you’re fully vaccinated, and when you’re travelling.  

You may also be required to self-isolate at home for 10 days on your return. 

–    If you’re fully vaccinated, or under 18, you won’t need to self-isolate if you’re returning from an amber destination
–    If you’re not fully vaccinated, you’ll need to self-isolate if you’re returning from an amber destination

You can find out more on our Entry Requirements page.  

If you’re required to self-isolate, and you won’t be able to self-isolate on your return home, you’ll be able to change your booking to another date or destination fee-free up to 14 days before your departure date. If your destination changes from the green to the amber colour category within 14 days of your departure date, you’ll also be able to change your booking fee-free. 

Just so you know, there may also be separate entry requirements set by the country you’re travelling to. 

Visit our entry requirements page > 

FCDO guidance on re-entry requirements for the UK > 

FCDO guidance on entry requirements for Morocco > 

The TUI Holiday Promise  

Our Holiday Promise is designed to give you complete peace of mind. As part of this, we’re offering exclusive COVID testing packages, from as little as £20 per person, as well as fee-free changes on selected bookings up to 14 days before you travel. Included COVID Cover is automatically applied to all new and existing bookings for holidays departing on or before 31 October 2021. If you’ve booked a package holiday, you’re entitled to your money back within 14 days if we have to cancel it, thanks to the package holiday refund guarantee. And, if you’re not able to travel due to contracting COVID-19, or need to self-isolate, at the time of your departure, you’ll be able to change your holiday fee-free.  

More on the TUI Holiday Promise > 

More on our exclusive COVID testing packages > 

More on our flexible amends policy > 


  • COVID Cover on selected holidays
  • 24-hour support while you’re away
  • Package holiday refund guarantee
  • Approved testing partners
  • Flexible options if your holiday can’t go ahead

Find out more about our promise and everything we’re doing to keep you safe on the Travel With Confidence hub.

Here are the main things you need to be aware of.

Social distancing distance 1 metre.
Face mask requirements for adults Face masks are mandatory in public spaces, in the street, and on public transport where contact with other people is possible.
Face mask requirements for children Face masks are mandatory for children over 10 years old.
Passenger Locator Forms and testing requirements TESTING REQUIREMENTS
Not yet known – we’re working on it.
You’ll find full details on Morocco entry requirements here
Other need-to-knows Not yet known – we’re working on it.

Here’s what you can expect while you’re out and about in Morocco.

Beaches Open from 8am to 6pm.
Restaurants and bars Open, with limitations:
• Capacity is reduced to 50%, with a minimum distance of one metre between tables, including on outdoor terraces.
• There’s a maximum of four people per table, but members of the same household are excluded from this restriction.
• Electronic payment, rather than cash, is encouraged.
Sights Open, at 50% capacity.
Supermarkets Open.
Other facilities Open, at 50% capacity.
Gyms, hammams and beauty salons are closed.

Here’s the key information on getting to Morocco.

Flights with TUI Check in for your flight on the TUI or First Choice App or online. Check-in opens 24 hours before your flight, and closes three hours before departure. You’ll be asked to certify that you’re fit to travel.

Here are your options for travelling within Morocco.

Car rental Permitted.
Own car Permitted.
Public transport Possible, but with capacity restrictions, and face masks are mandatory.
Hiking Permitted.
Biking Permitted.

For more information, take a look at the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) advice on travelling to Morocco.

Read the full FCDO advice here.