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    Bolivia Tourist Visa

    Bolivia is a country in central South America, superior in its natural beauty, colorful history, fascinating culture, distinct wildlife, historical spots, and jaw-dropping landscapes.

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      Bolivia is one of the most different and captivating nations in South America. During your visit to Bolivia, you will have some eye-opening experiences, unique adventures, and activities. Every year its alluring beauty attracts visitors from worldwide. 

      If you are considering it as your travel destination, we will guide you with everything about a visa to visit Bolivia.


      What is a Bolivia Tourist Visa?

      A Bolivia Tourist Visa is a type of short term visa. It is issued for up to 30 days for a single entry and can be extendable. If you have a multiple-entry visa, you are allowed to remain in the state for up to 90 days within one year.

      If you want to visit Bolivia, you need to apply for a tourist visa. According to the visa policy of Bolivia, the nationals of the various states are allowed to enter Bolivia without a visa for a specified period.

      Before applying for a tourist visa, the first thing you need is to check whether you need a visa to visit Bolivia or not.


      Who needs a Bolivia visa?

      The nationals of several countries are allowed to enter the state without a visa. It usually depends on your nationality, whether you need a visa to visit Bolivia or not. The government of Bolivia divides visa applicants into three groups.  Before applying for a visa, you need to know which group you belong to. 

      GROUP 1 

      If you are a national of any of the following countries, you belong to the first group; you are allowed to stay in the state for up to 90 days without a visa. You only need to have a valid passport or ID to enter the country. Once you arrive in Bolivia, you can extend your stay for up to 90 days.

      European Union member states








      Costa Rica








      New Zealand










      United Kingdom

      United States


      Vatican City



      GROUP 2

      If you are from any of the following countries, you belong to group 2. You need a visa to visit Bolivia, and you have two ways to obtain a Bolivia visa either to apply for a visa at the nearest Bolivian embassy or to get a Bolivia Visa On Arrival. 

      Albania Algeria Antigua and Barbuda
      Armenia Azerbaijan Bahamas
      Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados
      Belarus Belize Benin
      Bosnia – Herzegovina Botswana Brunei
      Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi
      Cameroon Cape Verde The central African Republic
      China Comoros Cuba
      Cyprus Darussalam Djibouti
      Dominica Dominican Republic Egypt
      El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea
      Ethiopia Fiji Gabon
      The Gambia Georgia Ghana
      Granada Guatemala Guinea
      Guinea-Bissau Guyana Haiti
      Honduras India Iran
      Ivory Coast Jamaica Jordan
      Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati
      Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lebanon
      Lesotho Liberia Macedonia
      Madagascar Malawi Malaysia
      Maldives Mali Malta
      Marshall Islands Mauritania Mauritius
      Micronesia Moldova Mongolia
      Montenegro Morocco Mozambique
      Myanmar Namibia Nauru
      Nepal Nicaragua Niger
      Oman Palau Papua New Guinea
      Qatar Republic Of Korea Romania
      Russia Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
      Samoa San Marino Santa Lucia
      Sao Tome and Principe Saudi Arabia Senegal
      Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone
      Singapore Solomon Islands South Africa
      Sri Lanka Surinam Swaziland
      Tajikistan Thailand Togo
      Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia
      Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda
      Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Republic of Tanzania
      Uzbekistan Vanuatu Vietnam
      Zambia Zimbabwe

      GROUP 3

      If you are from any of the following states, you belong to group 3. You need a visa to visit Bolivia, and you have to apply for a visa before your arrival.

      Afghanistan Angola Bhutan
      Camboya Chad The Democratic Republic The Congo
      Indonesia Iraq Israel
      Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Laos Libya
      Nigeria Pakistan Rwanda
      Somalia Sudan Syria
      Timor Leste Yemen


      Requirements for a BoliviaTourist Visa

      You must have the following documents to apply for a BoliviaTourist Visa.

      1. Complete Bolivia Tourist Visa Application Form (Sworn Statement for Visa Application)

      2. A passport-size photo (3 cm x 3 cm)

      3. A certificate of vaccination against yellow fever

      4. Pay the Bolivia visa fee

      5. Proof of accommodation in Bolivia

      6. A letter stating the purpose of visit

      7. Travel itinerary


      Processing time for a Bolivia Tourist Visa

      It will take about 10 to 15 working days for the visa to process. 


      Cost of a Bolivia Tourist Visa

      The Bolivian visa cost depends on your nationality. If you are applying for a Bolivia visa on arrival, it will cost around USD 160.


      Is it expensive to visit Bolivia?

      To visit Bolivia is quite reasonable. During your visit, you can expect to spend around $27 in a day for one person.

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