Morocco and Desert Majesty under COVID-19

The team at Desert Majesty remains active during lockdown, so we are available to answer your emails.  We can address all your concerns about your current bookings. We shall remain available to discuss postponements and future trips, for the time that the situation has become clearer and more stable for us all. 

If you contact us with new travel dates, please include all previous correspondence, so that we can remember you and your personal wishes better.  You can, of course, choose another trip, that could possibly lead to a price adjustment.  

We look forward to your emails, and even more to being able to welcome you in Morocco. Please contact Desert Majesty today.

In light of the global crisis caused by COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2, Morocco has taken the following actions: 

On Friday, 13th March, flights to the following countries were suspended: China, Spain, Italy, France and Algeria.  

This was followed by these countries on 14th March: Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chad, Denmark, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Jordan, Lebanon, Mali, Mauritania, Netherlands, Niger, Norway, Oman, Portugal, Senegal, Switzerland, Sweden, Tunisia, Turkey and the UAE. 

The last flights between UK and Morocco were on 16th March. And on the same day all international flights were suspended. 

The government has been very pro-active very quickly in closing down places of social physical contact, including even the mosques, and so we are hopeful that the numbers of people affected will not dramatically increase.

As from 20th March, one person per household is allowed to leave the house with written permission, which has to be carried at all times. From first of April, those few shops still working are open from 6 am to 3 pm followed by a curfew.  

As from 7th April, all those allowed to leave the house must wear a face mask.

Lockdown has been extended to June 10th and we are really optimistic that we shall have more freedom of movement after that. But we are still waiting to hear when the airports might re-open.  That is still in the stars.

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