• A certificate of a complete VACCINATION SCHEME AGAINST COVID-19 at least fourteen (14) days before the date of entry. Any vaccination is accepted.
  • A NEGATIVE PCR TEST for nationals or foreigners over five (5) years old, seventy-two (72) hours before boarding to Bolivia by air, land, lake, or river.
  • Before entering Bolivian territory, foreign passengers must have a HEALTH INSURANCE covering COVID-19 if need it.
  • Only in case they do not have a vaccination certificate against COVID-19 with a complete scheme with at least fourteen (14) days before the date of entry, they must comply with a mandatory isolation of 72 hours, where another PCR will be taken, and passenger must pay the respective expenses.
  • In all closed areas as well as in the airport, visitors must use a face mask, keep the 1-meter distance & carry a small bottle of alcohol, although all hotels and vehicles can provide it to you.


  • Valid passport until the date of departure from Bolivian territory.
  • Visas for groups 2 and 3 can be issued at any Consulate of Bolivia or at any land border post, or International Airports of La Paz, Cochabamba & Santa Cruz when entering Bolivia.
  • The visa fee for Groups 2 and 3 is valid for 30 days and can be issued at the entrance of Bolivia paying a fee of 300 UFV, which is a Consumer Price Index. Until December 10, 2021, the UFV has a value of 2.37, which is 711 Bolivian pesos (US$ 103). The UFV only changes some cents in the whole year and has to be paid in Bolivian pesos. There is an exchange house inside the Migration area.
  • The Visa for US citizens is for ten (10) years, allowing multiple entries and the fee is US$ 160.00 paid in US dollars in perfect condition bills. Only Master Card & Visa cards are accepted, not America Express.
  • A current photograph – 4×4 size white background (Optional requirement), but suggested.
  • Yellow Fever certificate is only RECOMMENDED, not mandatory if you travel to tropical areas.
  • A day-by-day travel itinerary provided by CRILLON TOURS specifying all the hotel accommodations during their visit to Bolivia.
  • Financial solvency accredited by a sworn statement supported by documentary evidence, or just a receipt/voucher of any ATM machine, just to show it, not to give it away.

Crillon Tours has implemented all the international (WTTC) and local bio-safety protocols, ensuring the operation of our “Travel Bubbles” throughout our own infrastructure, over which we have total control. We will also verify this operating system with our partners and suppliers.

Crillon Tours will remain working remotely for future quotes, bookings, and assistance.

As always, you can contact our 24/7 emergency staff contacts:
Judith Hoffmann / Crisis and Emergencies Manager: +591-71559843
Liz Carrasco / Incoming Manager: +591-72029213

For inquiries, click here.

Mirjam Kennedy / Marketing & Product

**Last update: November 11, 2021**

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