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Are you looking to get away and reset your mind, body, and soul? Do you need to clear your head and jumpstart your fitness goals? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then the Sweat It Off Wellness Retreat Morocco is perfect for you!
Morocco is truly a destination that should be at the top of anybody's travel bucket list. The country has everything you need for the perfect wellness retreat - from luxurious spas and resorts to serene landscapes and ancient architecture, Morocco will simply take your breath away!
And in February 2023, the Sweat It Off Wellness Retreat is coming to Morocco! This luxury meditation vacation is the perfect place to unwind and recharge while indulging in all the beauty and culture Morocco has to offer. The retreat offers a variety of fitness and wellness classes, as well as guided meditations and relaxation techniques.
Nestled in the heart of Morocco, this luxury retreat center offers stunning views of the Atlas Mountains and is just a short drive from the vibrant city of Marrakech. You'll also have plenty of time to explore Morocco's stunning scenery and architecture, enjoy day trips from Marrakech to surrounding villages, and visit Morocco's most famous landmarks and attractions.
You won't want to miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime luxury meditation retreat experience!
Morocco Travel Update (as of July 2022)
Before heading to Morocco, it’s important to be updated on the current travel requirements and restrictions.
As of May 2022, Morocco has reopened its borders for international travel. Citizens are advised to exercise caution and follow the latest travel advisories from their government. Morocco has put in place a number of measures to ensure the safety of visitors, including mandatory face masks and temperature checks at airports. Passengers in the Marrakech airport may also be randomly selected to complete a rapid antigen test upon arrival.
Before traveling, visitors planning to visit Morocco are advised to take into account their health status and the potential risk of contracting COVID 19 while abroad. Anyone thinking about traveling abroad should be aware that limitations can change quickly and that new rules might be put in place by the country you plan to visit, even while you are in the country.
Is Morocco open for international travel?
Recent news reports show that Morocco is now open to international travelers! This is great news for those looking to take a Morocco trip. All you need is a valid vaccination passport or a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of your flight and you're good to go.
Do I need to be vaccinated to travel to Morocco?
No, you do not need to be vaccinated to travel to Morocco. However, if you are vaccinated against Covid-19, you can show proof of this vaccination in lieu of a recent negative PCR test.
What are the Covid19 restrictions in Morocco?
As of July 2022, all visitors to Morocco over 18 years old must have a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of their flight or a valid vaccination passport to enter the country.
The proof of vaccination should show the completion of three doses of the COVID 19 vaccine, or if only two doses were done, the date of the second dose should not exceed 4 months. For the J&J vaccine, a single dose is equivalent to two doses of the other vaccines.
Travelers entering Morocco by ship or by plane will also be required to complete a health form, which can be downloaded online here before boarding. This form will be required to show when passing through Morocco customs.
Children under age 12 are exempt from all entry requirements.
What are the current sanitary measures in Morocco?
Morocco has put in place a number of sanitary measures to protect both visitors and locals from the spread of Covid19. These measures include:
- The wearing of face masks in all public spaces (optional)
- Washing your hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- Maintaining a social distance of at least 2 meters
- Regular disinfection of public spaces, including museums, stores, restaurants, and cinemas
These measures are subject to change, so be sure to check the Morocco Ministry of Tourism website for the most up-to-date information.
Useful information about Morocco travel
Now that you're up-to-date on the Covid restrictions and requirements for international travel in Morocco, let's go over some general Morocco travel tips to make your trip as smooth and enjoyable as possible.
- Morocco is a relatively safe country to travel to, but it's always important to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions to keep yourself and your belongings safe.
- Morocco is a Muslim country, so you should dress modestly (avoiding shorts and sleeveless tops) and be respectful of religious customs. This is mainly for when visiting the city center and religious buildings in Morocco though, those staying in hotels or resorts can typically dress however they please.
- Travelers visiting Morocco during Ramadan should keep in mind that many businesses and restaurants will be closed during the day, as Muslims are fasting.
- Morocco is a very welcoming country, but it's always important to be aware of cultural differences and to not do anything that could be considered offensive. This includes avoiding public displays of affection, not taking photos of people without their permission, and being aware of your body language.
We can't wait to travel to Morocco with you!
Morocco is a beautiful and fascinating country with so much to see and do, and we can't wait to explore it with you! The Sweat it Off Wellness Retreat Morocco February 2023 is the perfect opportunity to do just that, and with the current travel restrictions in place, it's more important than ever to plan ahead and book your spot early.
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