Morocco travel insurance

  • Unlimited medical emergency expenses¹
  • Up to £10K cancellation cover
  • 24/7 emergency medical helpline
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Morocco travel insurance

Before you buy travel insurance to Morocco, there are a few things to think about:

  • The cost of your trip – If you have to cancel, it’s important to know that you can get your money back
  • How much medical coverage you have – no one wants to think about getting ill or having an accident abroad but, unfortunately, it does happen
  • The activities you’re likely to be doing – if you’re planning anything extreme, we can offer you extra cover with our extreme sports travel insurance.
  • And don’t forget to check the latest travel advice from the FCDO

InsureandGo offer a great range of travel insurance no matter where you’re going, or what you’ll be getting up to. We have travel insurance for medical conditions and policies with no upper age limit, so get a quote online.

We can cover your kids for free!

If you’re going away with your children, we can cover them on your policy at no extra charge, whether you buy an annual policy or single trip cover.

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Emergency? Call us:
+44 (0)207 748 0060

For everything else, contact us.

We cover over 50 activities!

All of our travel insurance policies come with cover for over 50 activities and sports as standard, so you can get up to more on your trip.

What’s covered with Morocco travel insurance?

Our policies cover for over 100 sports and activities, so you can get up to more on your holiday. We also offer a range of benefits, some of which include:

  • Medical expenses and hospital benefit
  • Personal accident and liability
  • Cancelling and cutting short your holiday
  • Abandoning your trip
  • Delayed departure
  • Accommodation cover
  • Personal belongings and baggage
  • Personal money, passport and travel documents
  • Legal expenses

To help you have the best holiday experience, we’ve put together some important information that we think you might want to know before your trip to Morocco:

Currency Moroccan dirham
Official language(s) Arabic
Continent Africa
Capital Rabat
Population Approx. 35 million
Plug type Plug C and E
Driving side Right-hand side

Spring – March to May*

Summer – June* to August

Autumn – September to November

Winter – December to February


*Ramadan typically happens between May and June which may affect your time

Laws Local laws and customs

Are you looking for travel insurance to Morocco?

If you’re planning a trip but are unsure which policy you need, don’t worry. Travel insurance for Morocco is available as either single trip travel insurance or and part of an annual multi-trip travel insurance policy.

If you’re buying annual cover, it doesn’t have to be expensive – we cover Morocco as part of our European travel insurance!

Surfing travel insurance for Morocco

Whether it’s your first-time surfing or you’re an experienced surfer searching for the next big wave, you probably don’t want to spend too much time thinking about travel insurance for your trip to Morocco.

Luckily for you, you’ve come to right place. Surfing is covered as standard under all our policies, and we make getting insurance as quick and simple as possible, so you can get on with planning your trip to Morocco. Check out our surfing travel insurance page for more information and remember that, if you’re taking your own board away with you, you might need to add extra valuables cover to your policy.

Do I need a visa for Morocco?

If you’re planning on travelling to Morocco as a tourist and staying for no longer than three months, you won’t need to apply for a visa. It’s important to remember to get your passport stamped on arrival as you could experience some difficulties when leaving the country if you haven’t been stamped.

The FCDO strongly advises against all travel to Western Sahara as it’s a disputed territory. Find more travel information about Western Sahara.


Healthcare in Morocco

Morocco has both a public and private healthcare system, and unfortunately the publicly funded hospitals are not up to UK standards. If you’re taken ill and need urgent care try to make sure you end up in a private hospital with adequate travel insurance to foot the extensive bill. You should also make sure you have repatriation included so you can be brought home for any non-urgent treatment.

Dial 150 for emergency medical assistance in Morocco and ask for an ambulance. Contact your insurer immediately and they can help you through the process and potentially avoid any common pitfalls. You can contact our medical emergency team here.

Medical & Emergency Assistance in Morocco

If something happens while you’re in Morocco and you need emergency treatment for an illness or injury, we’re here to help.

All travel insurance policyholders have access to our 24-hour medical assistance team.