No - A visa is not required for travel to Bolivia

Friday, January 24, 2020

If traveler intends to pass through immigration, a transit visa may be required. Please confirm with your travel agent or airline to determine if the itinerary is for direct airside transit. A visa is not required for direct airside transit through Bolivia. Traveler must be in possession of a valid passport and onward ticket, and must remain in the airport's transit area.

You must hold a valid yellow fever certificate if arriving from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission or if travelling to high risk areas; please visit https://www.iamat.org/country/bolivia/risk/yellow-fever for the most up-to-date health requirements

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Passport Requirements:

Original, signed passport valid for 6 months beyond stay, and with at least one blank passport page available for stamp(s).

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Proof of Travel Arrangements:

Confirmed round-trip or onward airline ticket.

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Proof of Sufficient Funds:

Evidence of sufficient funds to support stay in Bolivia such as most recent bank statement.

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Other Requirements:

Valid onward destination visas (if applicable).

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Special Instructions:

If traveler intends to pass through immigration, a visa may be required. Please confirm with your travel agent or airline to determine if the itinerary is for direct airside transit.

Register your trip with the US Embassy:

The US State Department strongly encourages American citizens planning international travel to register with the US Embassy(s) in the countries they plan to visit. For just $20.00 per traveler, Travisa will complete the State Department Registration for the applicant. Official notifications about travel advisories and warnings will be sent to the traveler registered.

Click here to register your trip with the US Embassy in Bolivia