Bolivia visa requirements for Pakistanis

Travel and visa requirements

Bolivian Visa is not required for Pakistanis

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  • Pakistan citizens can get a visa on arrival for travelling to Bolivia within the duration of 90 days.
  • Citizens of Pakistan can also apply for an electronic visa for a stay up to 90 days.
  • Visitors are required to possess one copy of a filled visa application form at the port of entry.
  • Visitors should also provide an original valid passport photograph that is recent and valid for at least for 6 months of 37mm by 37mm size.
  • Departure tax would be levied on visitors staying in Bolivia beyond the duration of stipulated stay.
  • Standard travel documents like passport or a national ID card will generally be needed for visitors intending to visit Bolivia.
  • Citizens of Pakistan from one year and above are required to show a certificate of Yellow Fever Vaccination upon entry.
  • Visitors must apply for a separate visa (Specific Purpose Visa) to work, study, volunteer, or conduct business in Bolivia.
  • Citizens of Pakistan are also required to leave at least a page on their passports to obtain entry and exit stamps from the Bolivian authorities every time you enter or exit Bolivia.
  • There are limited flights within Bolivia and to neighbouring countries. Flight delays and cancellations are common.
  • Travellers below the age of eighteen must obtain authorization from the non-travelling parent or parents at a Bolivian Embassy or Consulate to exit Bolivia. 
  • The estimated flight time from Islamabad, Pakistan to Bolivia is 19 hours, 43 minutes.
  • Bolivia is currently on the Greenwich Meridian Time Zone 4 (GMT+4) hence, Pakistan is 9 hours ahead of Bolivia.
  • Transport in Bolivia is mostly by road. The railways were historically important in Bolivia, but now play a relatively small part in the country's transport system.
  • Spanish is the first official language of Bolivia, together with as many as 40 other indigenous languages spoken by the inhabitants of this country. Some of the most important indigenous languages include Quechua, Aymara, Chiquitano and Tupi-Guarani
  • Christianity is the largest religion in Bolivia, with Roman Catholicism being the largest denomination. While a vast majority of Bolivians are Catholic Christians, a much smaller portion of the population participates actively.
  • Because of its constant rainfall, Bolivia has a humid and tropical climate. Travellers are advised to purchase umbrellas, raincoats when visiting. The hottest days in Bolivia is between December and January

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to visit Bolivia?

Bolivia is generally a safe country for travellers. Crimes against tourists usually only happen in major cities and tourist areas such as La Paz.

When is the best time to visit Bolivia?

According to popular views, it is agreed that the best time to visit Bolivia is during its dry season between May and October with sapphire skies and less travel disruption.

How populous is Bolivia?

With a population of 10.0 million in 2012, Bolivia ranks 87th in the world by population.