Visa policy of Bolivia
Citizens (ordinary passport holders) of specific countries and territories are eligible to visit Bolivia for tourism or business purposes without having to obtain a visa.
There are 3 groups of countries, countries whose citizens do not require a visa, countries whose citizens can obtain a visa on arrival and countries whose citizens must obtain visa in advance.
Visa policy map
Citizens of the following 50 countries and territories may enter Bolivia without a visa for period of up to 90 days:
1 - Except the nationals of Bulgaria, Cyprus, Malta and Romania who must obtain visa on arrival.
2 - 30 days for Dutch residents of Bonaire, Saba, St. Eustatius, Curacao, St. Maarten.
ID - May enter with an ID card too.
Visa on arrival
Citizens of all other countries may obtain a visa for Bolivia valid for 90 days on arrival for US$ 52. Nationals of the United States in order to obtain a visa on arrival must hold hotel reservation or letter of invitation and sufficient funds plus US$ 135 for visa in cash. Nationals of Iran can obtain a visa on arrival for 30 days only at Cochabamba, La Paz and Santa Cruz airports.
This is not applicable to nationals of the following countries and territories:
- Countries that do not require a visa for Bolivia (Spanish)
- Countries that obtain a visa on arrival to Bolivia (Spanish)
- Countries that require a visa for Bolivia (Spanish)