Discussion in 'Bolivia' started by wayneroonet, May 16, 2013.
Yep, this is because they will think you're bringing in counterfeit money. I suggest getting new bills from a curencu kiosk or bank before you head into Bolivia. As far as crossing the border into Bolivia by road, you will want to do it from Puno because it only takes less than 6 hrs, it's the cheapest option, and youâ€™ll get to see the stunning shoreline of Lake Titicaca as you go around
If you're from europe you do not need a visa to enter Bolivia but as an americans you must purchase a visa at the border. It cost around $135 (in cash). Bring passport photos and a yellow fever certificate too because it may be required. Oh, the border is open from 8am â€“ 6pm, and keep an eye for scammers.
When I went to Bolivia I entered from Brazil. I was pretty straight forward to get the visa at the border.
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