The National Confederation of Tourism (CNT), which brings together all the professional federations of the Moroccan tourism industry, convened on Monday in Casablanca in order to set up the reception policy intended for Moroccans residing abroad (MRE), who will visit the Motherland during the summer season (Marhaba-2021 Operation) and this, in accordance with the high instructions of  King Mohammed VI.

“The National Confederation of Tourism and all its members welcome with pride and enthusiasm the very high solicitude of His Majesty the King, may God assist Him, towards the Moroccan tourism industry, and whose high guidelines constitute a strong signal for the long-awaited restart of the tourism sector in Morocco, after more than 15 months of stoppage of activity, in the context of the Covid-19 sanitary crisis,” the CNT said in a statement.

Therefore, said the Confederation, all operators are committed to welcoming Moroccan nationals in the best conditions of health security and also reserve exceptional tariff conditions for their stay in tourist accommodation facilities, including all categories and throughout the national territory, as well as for all benefits and services constituting the Moroccan tourism experience.

A specific campaign detailing the exceptional arrangements for the 2021 summer season will be issued in the coming days, the CNT said.