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Learn More: Passenger Locator Form

Content updated, October 2023

PLEASE NOTE: This travel document is no longer required to enter the country.  

Note: All travelers must have a hotel or hostel booking on arrival for their first night in Bolivia.

Suppose you are planning to go to a beautiful country in South America, like Bolivia. In that case, you need to take into consideration that before traveling, you must apply for the Passenger Locator Form before entering Bolivia.

We know that COVID-19 has changed the way we travel, and now we must be more careful. Remember that any sanitary protocol in Bolivia will take care of your health.

The Passenger Locator Form must be presented with your passport once you arrive in Bolivia.

This travel document is mandatory to enter Bolivia. For this purpose, we have designed a new application form that will take you no more than ten minutes to complete.

Don't worry! iVisa.com has a simple, fast, and reliable service that you can access online.

Get Your Passenger Locator Form for Bolivia COVID-19 Entry Now!

What is the Bolivia Passenger Locator Form?

It is a mandatory travel form for all persons arriving in the country, whether nationals or foreign citizens, to enter Bolivia. In addition, it will generate a QR Code that must be presented to immigration officials as a rule to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the country.

Please note that the Bolivia Passenger Locator Form is NOT a substitute for a visa, a passport, or other travel documents. It is more like a health declaration document. This electronic travel form declares that you agree to comply with all the requirements and follow the COVID-19 protocols imposed by the government.

If you have to present a tourist visa to enter Bolivia, immigration authorities will ask you to show it. Consider that some nationalities will need a paper tourist visa. Consult with our experts if you are one of the countries that require this type of document to travel.

In addition, we always recommend following all sanitary protocols before entering Bolivia. You can consult our FAQ section about the country's sanitary restrictions.

Who is eligible for the Bolivia Passenger Locator Form?

This is a travel document that both nationals and international travelers must fill out before entering Bolivia. This form will help public health officials contact you if you have been exposed to the Coronavirus. You must present it with your passport to validate your information.

How long is the Bolivia Passenger Locator Form valid for?

The Passenger Locator Form is valid for a Single Entry. That is, it is valid for your entire stay in the country, but if you must leave and return for any reason, you must fill out a new form and present it.

You will also have to show your passport and a visa if needed.

When should I apply for the Bolivia Passenger Locator Form?

You can apply for your visa any time before you travel. Alternatively, you can initiate the process with us, and we will start processing the document when it is appropriate, usually no more than 72 hours before your trip.

Travel documents for the Bolivia Passenger Locator Form?

To start the application process, we must identify what the entry requirements are:

  • Valid passport - You will need to include a scanned copy of your passport on the page where you enter all your personal information. Your passport must be valid for at least six months before travel to be accepted.
  • A valid email address - Provide an email address that you regularly check, so we can send you the travel document.
  • A credit or debit card to pay - Follow the payment steps and use a credit or debit card to pay for your order.

These entry requirements are mandatory. In addition, up-to-date information is necessary for this process.

Do I need a Bolivia Passenger Locator Form to travel through Bolivia?

Passengers in transit are not required to show a health travel document because they do not go through immigration. But if you leave the airport, you will have to ask for one.

How do I apply for the Bolivia Passenger Locator Form with iVisa.com?

Please follow these three steps to get your travel document, and we will take care of everything else.

  • Step 1: First, fill out the application questionnaire, including your passport number and travel dates. Next, select a product and processing time to get started.
  • Step 2: Before completing the application form, you must ensure that all the information you have entered is correct. You also need to ensure that you have all the necessary documents. Once you have done that, choose an appropriate method of payment.
  • Step 3: Enter the requirements and click "Submit."

After placing your order, you will receive an email confirmation with a QR code attached. You will need to show this along with the rest of the required documents.

Remember, border agents are the ones who give final entry clearance. We recommend saving documents on your cell phone or printing them out, in case of a problem during the travel document check.

What are the costs and processing times of the Bolivia Passenger Locator Form?

Prices will vary depending on the processing time you choose. When applying with iVisa.com, you can select any of the three processing times we offer:

  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD $32.99.
  • Rush Processing Time: 8 hours - USD $60.99.
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD $102.99.

Do minors need a Bolivia Passenger Locator Form?

Parents should present all travel documents. If the minor is too young or has a disability, the parents or guardians must complete this form for them.

COVID-19 requirements or local authorities' restrictions

Do I need to take a PCR test or antigen test before traveling to Bolivia?

All unvaccinated travelers entering the country must present a negative PCR test result within 72 hours or an antigen test within 48 hours.

On the other hand, minors under five years of age and fully vaccinated travelers are exempt from having a PCR test result.

Do I need a COVID-19 vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter Bolivia?

No, you don't. Currently, there is no need for mandatory proof of a COVID-19 test. Also, vaccination certificates are not required to enter Bolivia. However, if you are fully vaccinated, you will not need to give a negative PCR test result.

Fully vaccinated visitors must be vaccinated two weeks after receiving three doses of a licensed vaccine or two doses of the Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine. All doses of the COVID-19 vaccine must have been administered at least two weeks before travel.

Since information can change on short notice, we advise you to check for the latest updates on the Covid test, exit requirements, travel documentation, and more. You can also contact the Bolivian embassy or monitor local media.

Do I need to quarantine when I get to Bolivia?

According to local authorities, the country has no quarantine rules for fully vaccinated or unvaccinated travelers. It does not matter your vaccination status either. No negative PCR test is needed to enter.

Quarantine is not, as of today, one of the entry requirements.

What else should I know before traveling to Bolivia

Learn more about Bolivia

Bolivia, like many countries, has a lot to explore. You can choose between visiting Los Yungas, Lake Titicaca, Santa Cruz, the mountainous areas, La Paz, and more.

Santa Cruz and La Paz are some cities that several tourists visit. You will find multiple tour companies that will love to make tailor-made travel plans only for you. Also, you can have a drink at the moment the bars open.

Remember, La Paz is one of the most important cities in the country. You must have a tour operator organize a full day of travel between Santa Cruz, La Paz, and other destinations.

As a bit of advice, we recommend staying at La Paz for at least two days. Another piece of advice is to check the weather before traveling because when you visit Bolivia, you will see all kinds of climates.

Can I get the Bolivia Passenger Locator Form for free?

Yes! This document is usually available for free through the country's government website. However, using iVisa.com is an excellent alternative if you do not know which page to visit, or you often find this form in the country's official language.

Where can I contact you?

Feel free to reach out to our customer support team or email them at [email protected] if you have questions about the entry requirements, passport validity, international air transport association restrictions, and more. Our customer service representatives are available 24/7 and are always happy to help.

Required Documents to Apply

  • Proof of accommodation

Important Instructions

  • All unvaccinated travelers over the age of 5 must carry their printed Bolivia Passenger Locator Form (COVID-19) along with their negative COVID-19 test result.

  • The Bolivia Passenger Locator Form (COVID-19) is a Single Entry document. It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for a Visa when you enter the country. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.

  • At the airport, you must show printed the Bolivia Passenger Locator Form (COVID-19) that we will send you through email, in order to pass the health check established by the Health Authorities.

  • All travelers arriving in Bolivia must self-isolate for 10 days.

Questions?

Your application is still on, but you will need to communicate with our customer service team to resolve the error. Don't worry; our experts are available 24/7 and ready to give you a hand with your application.

Visa has been working with digital applications for years. The expert team reviews every single document and checks all the data in the application before it arrives at any government body. However, the Bolivian government could find reasons to cancel or reject your application. In this case, you will obtain a full refund of the iVisa processing fee for every rejected application.. The refund won't include expenses related to government services.

The Bolivia Passenger Locator Form can still be yours if you let iVisa help you again.

It's possible if the application hasn't been processed yet. Contact our customer service team to help you correct the mistakes as soon as possible. If your application is already with the government agency, there is a chance that changes can be made. Still, not all agencies allow it. If the visa has been issued, you can't change the information.
iVisa sends a confirmation email once your payments have gone through the platform. If you can't find it, you can go to the iVisa website and check your account. You will have an account as soon as you pay for the service. Head to the page, log in, change the password for the first time and start checking the status of your order. There is no problem if the email confirmation hasn't arrived. You can check your Bolivia Passenger Locator Form in your iVisa account.
At iVisa, we understand that your time is valuable, and we strive to provide you with the fastest service possible. Our processing times are estimated based on the average duration it takes governments to process visa applications. These estimated times begin from the moment we receive all the correct information for your application until you receive your visa. While we work diligently to expedite the process, it’s important to note that we are reliant on the processing times set by the government authorities.
Disclaimer
  • iVisa is NOT affiliated with any government agency. This site does not provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our customer service representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. We are a private, internet-based travel and immigration consultancy provider dedicated to helping individuals travel around the world. You may apply by yourself directly on the various government websites. The source of information: https://www.gob.bo/

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