We are en route to Morocco for 2 months (currently freezing in the meseta in Spain) and planning to cross on 9 Feb from Algeciras to Tangier Med. There are no Covid requirements and you don’t need a carnet or a visa (assuming you’re a Brit). If not see:
You need the original registration document V5 and a green card showing you have the minimum of 3rd party cover. There is conflicting advice whether you need a 1968 International Driving Permit (we got one anyway). The Moroccans will then issue you with a temporary import permit when you arrive. You can buy 3rd party insurance after you disembark or we extended our LV insurance to provide fully comprehensive cover in Morocco for £40 for 2 months. We didn’t want to risk 3rd party.
Chris Scott - Morocco Overland is a very good book but a bit out of date. Get the park4night and searchforsites apps (and pay the subscription) to find campsites and read the reviews. The former is better. You can filter for ones with showers and add the ones you like to your favourites. Join the Vanlife Morocco Facebook group. We’ve bought a Porta Potty 335 just in case of dire facilities or wild camping. B&Bs are very cheap ~£15 if you’re stuck.
Bloggers get on my nerves but there’s a relatively useful guide about crossing to Morocco and a free ebook here: