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Learn More: Tourist Visa

What you need to know

  • The Bolivia Tourist Visa is a travel authorization required for those entering Bolivia for tourism purposes

  • The visa is initially valid for 30 days, but can be extended up to 90 days while in Bolivia

  • To apply for the visa, you must have a passport with at least 2 blank pages

Find out more about the Bolivia Tourist Visa

Last updated: April 2024

We currently don't offer this visa, but you can find more info at your nearest Bolivian Embassy or Consulate

Bolivia has something for everyone, whether you're an adventurous explorer, history enthusiast, or nature lover.

Eligible travelers need a Bolivia Tourist Visa according to local laws to embark on your journey. Find out more below.

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What is the Bolivia Tourist Visa?

The Bolivia Tourist Visa, sometimes called the Bolivian Visitor Visa, is an official travel document issued by the Bolivian embassy or consulate.

This Bolivian visa is your ticket to explore the country.

What can you do with the Bolivia Tourist Visa?

It allows you to visit the country for tourism.

You can enter the country through any land or air border with this visa.

What can't I do with the Bolivia Tourist Visa?

With a tourist visa, you aren't allowed to:

  • Engage in any form of paid work or business activities
  • Study or enroll in educational programs
  • Stay in Bolivia beyond the allowed duration specified by your visa

Who requires the Bolivia Tourist Visa?

Visa requirements for Bolivia vary based on nationality.

While some visas are free and can be obtained upon arrival, others require a fee and must be secured in advance.

The Bolivian government categorizes countries into three groups, each with different entry requirements:

  • Group 1: Don't require a visa.

  • Group 2: Must get a visa prior to entry for free, or upon arrival for a fee.

  • Group 3: Must get a visa in advance with special authorization:

Afghanistan, Angola, Bhutan, Cambodia, Chad, Congo, DR Congo, Indonesia, Iraq, Israel, Laos, Libya, Nigeria, North Korea, Pakistan, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Timor-Leste, United States, and Yemen.

Visa-exempt countries: Who doesn't need to apply for a Bolivia Tourist Visa?

Travelers from the following countries have visa-exempt agreements with Bolivia (Group 1):

180 days:

  • Mexico

90 days:

  • Palestine
  • Honduras
  • United Kingdom
  • Russia
  • European Union member states
  • Andorra
  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • Colombia
  • Costa Rica
  • Ecuador
  • El Salvador
  • Iceland
  • Japan
  • Liechtenstein
  • Monaco
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Panama
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • Philippines
  • Suriname
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • Uruguay
  • Vatican City
  • Venezuela

Bolivia Tourist Visa for minors/children

Minors from eligible countries must also have a Bolivia Tourist Visa if they travel to Bolivia for tourist purposes.

The application process for children is generally similar to that for adult applicants, with a few additional requirements.

When applying for a Bolivia Tourist Visa for a minor, the legal guardians or parents will need to provide the following additional documents:

  • Proof of parental relationship: This can be in the form of a birth certificate or any other official document establishing the relationship between the minor and the legal guardian(s)

  • Consent letter: A notarized consent letter signed by both parents or legal guardians authorizing the minor to travel to Bolivia. This letter should include information about the trip, such as the purpose of travel, duration of stay, and details of the accompanying adult(s), if applicable

  • Authorization form: Minors traveling alone or with only one parent need to obtain an authorization form from the non-traveling parent or both parents to leave Bolivia

  • Additional documents: Depending on the specific requirements of the Bolivian immigration office, additional documents may be requested

Bolivia Tourist Visa validity: How long can I stay in the country?

It depends on your nationality. Usually, the visa allows a max. stay of 30 days.

Can I extend my Bolivia Tourist Visa?

If desired, the visa can be extended for 30 days in Bolivia through the Dirección General de Migración (National Migration Service).

Bolivia Tourist Visa requirements

Certain requirements and documents must be submitted to obtain a Bolivia Tourist Visa. Here's what you need to submit:

  • Original passport with at least two blank visa pages

  • Two passport photos, recently take

  • Visa application form: completed, printed, and signed

  • Bank statement (from the last three months)

  • Travel itinerary including hotel reservations

  • Round trip ticket or proof of onward travel plans

  • Yellow fever vaccination certification if you're coming from a high-risk area

For specific cases, you might need the following documents:

  • A Certificate of Good Conduct or a Police Record. If applicable, the document should be translated into Spanish or English

  • A notarized introduction letter or invitation letter

How to apply for the Bolivia Tourist Visa?

To apply for the Bolivia Tourist Visa, please follow the instructions on the government website

Bolivia Tourist Visa costs and processing times

The processing of your visa may take 4 to 6 weeks due to limited availability of visa stickers at the embassy, so we advise to apply as early as you can.

Bolivia Tourist Visa fees can vary depending on your location, it's usually around US$30.

Where can I learn more?

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If you're transiting through Bolivia and won't leave the airport's international transit area, you generally don't need a Bolivia Tourist Visa.

However, confirming the specific transit requirements is essential based on your nationality and transit duration. Contact your nearest Bolivian Embassy or Consulate for more accurate info.

Bolivia has lifted all specific entry requirements and restrictions regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. You may need a yellow fever vaccination certificate if you're traveling from a high-risk area.

A letter of introduction is a document that helps back up why someone wants to enter Bolivia.

It includes an official introduction or endorsement for the person seeking entry. The letter provides information about the purpose of the visit, how long the person will stay, their relationship with the letter issuer, and other important details that support the entry request. It is often required to be notarized.

To apply for the Bolivia Tourist Visa, we recommend that your bank statements show a balance of US$2,000. This is to demonstrate that you have sufficient funds to cover the expenses of your trip.
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