Bolivia visa requirements for Togoleses

Travel and visa requirements

Bolivian Visa is not required for Togoleses

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  • Togolese intending to visit Bolivia must first apply for an E-visa.
  • This online pre-visa can be granted by the Bolivia consulate in the applicant's home country.
  • On presentation of the pre-visa at the border checkpoint of Bolivia the traveller is then issued a visa on arrival.
  • This visa is valid for a maximum total stay of 90 days within a one-year period.
  • Alongside the printed confirmation that a visa will be issued upon arrival, the traveller must also have a return/onward ticket.
  • A proof of hotel accommodation is also needed, as well as an international certificate of vaccination.
  • Togolese intending to visit Benin are required to provide a passport with six months of validity and with atleast two blank pages for stamps on arrival and departure.
  • Togolese intending to visit Bolivia are allowed an unlimited foreign currency import but amounts between $50000 and $500000 must be authorised by the central bank while amounts exceeding $500000 must be authorised by the ministry of economics and public financial through a ministerial resolution.
  • Tourist visa costs $160 while business visa costs $85

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to go to Bolivia?
Like many countries you visit as a tourist there are risks, particularly if you don't speak the main language (Spanish). Compared to most South American countries, Bolivia is safe for travellers, although crime rates have increased slightly over the last five years.

Is Bolivia a poor country?

Bolivia is one of the poorest countries in South America. According to the Center for Economic and Policy Research, which published an in depth report in December 2009, the latest poverty data available is from 2007. It shows that 60.1% of the population live in poverty and 37.7% in extreme poverty.

What are Bolivians known for?

One of the most famous tourist attractions in Bolivia is the Salar de Uyuni, a 4,000-square mile salt flat. The Salar de Uyuni, which is covered in a thin layer of salt, stretches out over an extremely flat surface. Its surface is often covered in a shallow pool of water, and is famous for its reflective abilities.

What are some problems in Bolivia?
According to the CIA, the most pressing environmental issues in Bolivia are “the clearing of land for agricultural purposes and the international demand for tropical timber are contributing to deforestation; soil erosion from overgrazing and poor cultivation methods (including slash-and-burn agriculture)

Is Bolivia a third world country?
For over a decade Bolivia has had one of the highest economic growth rates in Latin America; however, it remains the second poorest country in South America. It is a developing country, with a medium ranking in the Human Development Index, a poverty level of 38.6%, and one of the lowest crime rates in Latin America.