Generally free for visits up to 90 days; may have to renew after 30. US citizens need to pay.
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A landlocked country, Bolivia has numerous entry/exit points, and you can get here by boat, bus, train, plane, bike and on foot. Some places are easier to travel through and more accessible than others.
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Air Air travel is the quickest and most reliable way to reach out-of-the-way places, and it’s reasonably inexpensive.
Bus The most popular form of transport; it can be uncomfortable and at times nerve-wracking, but it’s cheap and relatively safe.
Tours Popular and hassle-free way to get to remote locations like the Salar de Uyuni.
Train Around the same price as the bus, but much slower. They do however offer heating and air-conditioning.