Bolivia Travel Advice

There’s nothing more exciting than booking a holiday to a new destination and looking forward to all the places you are going to visit. There’s always a lot to think about so to make it easier for you, we have put together some advice which will help you plan before and during your trip. This way you can focus on the exciting bit.

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Best time to visit Bolivia

With a climate ranging from desert to tropical, choosing which time of year to visit Bolivia can seem daunting. Luckily, we’ve made it nice and simple to make planning your trip just that little bit easier.

Best time to visit Bolivia
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Visa, Passport and Money Advice

When you’re planning a trip to Bolivia, it’s important to get clued up on the essential travel information before your journey begins. If you have questions around passports, visas or currency then here are some useful tips, direct from our experienced Bolivia team.

Visa and Passport Information
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Getting Around Bolivia

As the roads in Bolivia are a little, shall we say, ‘rustic,’ we don’t recommend self driving. However, there are plenty of other great local options for getting around, from buses and trains to minibuses. Take a look at our handy transport page for more information.

Getting Around Bolivia
On the ground airplane with sun setting in the backgroundBook flights with Rickshaw
At Rickshaw not only do we prearrange every aspect of your holiday itinerary we also book international flights and any domestic flights for your trip.
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boat on the lakeDiscover the spirit of Bolivia
Bolivia is much more than salt flats and bowler hats. Go in search of Caimans in the Bolivian Amazon, explore silver mines and discover where the sun was born
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