Travel Vaccinations Morocco

Travel Klinix offers a wide range of Travel Vaccinations. If you are travelling to Morocco, you often need additional Travel Vaccinations to protect yourself from infections.

The Travel Vaccinations you need for Morocco may depend on:

  • Which areas you will be visiting
  • The time of the year of your trip
  • What kind of activities you will be participating in
  • Your age and general health
  • Your individual risk assessment

The table below is a general guide for travel vaccinations for Morocco ( see our price list)

VaccinationAll travellersMost travellersSome travellersRoute of transmissionVaccine coursePrice
MMRYesPerson to personCourse of twoPrice
Diphtheria, Tetanus, PolioYesPerson to person, contamination of open wounds, contaminated food and waterSingle dosePrice
Hepatitis AYesContaminated food and waterCourse of twoPrice
TyphoidYesContaminated food and waterSingle dosePrice
RabiesYesBites and scratches from animalsCourse of threePrice
TuberculosisYesPerson to personSingle dosePrice

Please be aware that information on this site does not constitute as medical advice and is merely for guidance. You should always seek specialist travel health advice before you travel.

Why Travel Klinix?

  • Consultant expertise: Travel Klinix is run by Dr Ravi Gowda, a consultant in infectious diseases and a specialist in tropical and travel medicine
  • Nursing excellence: Gemma Hicks is an experienced nursing sister having previously cared for patients with infections on a specialist ward
  • Unrivalled service: The only travel health clinic in the region with such expertise
  • Trust : You can therefore be reassured that you will receive the correct vaccinations for your trip and in a safe manner
  • Flexible appointments : We offer flexible same day, evening and weekend appointments
  • Accessible location with free parking
  • Professional and yet friendly service. See what our customers say:
  • Excellent personalised approach to travel ID protection. Highly recommended” – RK
  • “They are reassuring, calm, professional, friendly – I now feel ready to face any diseases the world cares to throw at me!” – SB

Who will be vaccinating you

Dr Gowda, Consultant in Infectious Diseases

Dr Gowda, Consultant in Infectious Diseases

Gemma Hicks, RGN, Nursing sister

Gemma Hicks, RGN, Nursing sister

Dr Gowda’s top tip for Morocco

If you intend to climb in the Atlas mountains, please be aware that you are at risk of altitude sickness and its other serious forms, at altitudes above 2500 metres. This is particularly relevant for Morocco’s tallest peak, Mount Toubkal (4,167 metres). Travel Klinix can advise you on reducing your risk  and supply altitude sickness tablets, if necessary. Please Contact us


You are not at risk of malaria in Morocco. For specialist travel health advice call Travel Klinix

Yellow Fever                                   

Yellow fever risk and  vaccine certificate requirements for Morocco

You are not at risk of yellow fever in all areas of Morocco and there are no certificate requirements

Additional travel health advice and risks for Morocco

Traveller’s diarrhoea is common in Morocco. You are also at risk of insect transmitted infections such as leishmaniasis, Rift Valley fever and  West Nile virus. You can reduce the risk of these diseases by avoiding insect bites.


Morocco General information

Morocco’s culture, architecture and its people are a fusion of its Berber, Arabic and European influences. Inevitably, Marrakesh takes top spot for tourists where you can visit the fascinating Djemaa el Fna Square, as well as its winding souks (marketplace) This is where you can test your bartering skills for leather goods, jewellery, ceramics, lamps, etc

Morocco also boasts other jewels such as its cultural capital, Fes, famous for its  walled medina and home to the 9th century Al Karaouine  mosque and university. If you wish to get away from the hustle and bustle of Morocco’s busy cities, just head to the beautiful Atlas mountains; Marrakesh is an ideal base for this. And if you are feeling adventurous why not have a go at conquering the highest peak , Mount Toubkal, at 4,167 metres,?

Whatever you do, it is important that you travel safely and so we recommend you contact us for advice on vaccines.