US citizens need a visa to visit Bolivia. Citizens of Australia, Canada, New Zealand and most European countries do not need a visa.
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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.
Flights, cars and tours can be booked online at www.lonelyplanet.com/bookings.
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-racking, 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. It does, however, offer heating and air-conditioning.
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