Lista de correos (poste restante) mail is held for three months for free here – bring your passport. A downstairs customs desk facilitates international parcel posting.
Next to Disco Love City. English-speaking. Report thefts to obtain a denuncia (affidavit) for insurance purposes – they won’t recover any stolen goods. They also have a kiosk in front of the bus terminal. Insist on …
There are consulates in Cochabamba, Guayaramerín, Santa Cruz and Sucre.
Provides limited information on Bolivia’s 22 protected national areas. There are offices close to all the major parks, but attention is sometimes erratic. That said, the website is informative if you read Spanish.
Consulates in Cochabamba, Santa Cruz and Tarija.
The kiosks have maps and standard bus prices, for reference. The attendants, if they happen to be around, may help you find a hotel.
There are also consulates in Cochabamba and Sucre.
Some call this place ‘Migraine-ation’ but this is where you must obtain your visa extensions (free for most nationalities).
IGM offers original 1:50,000 topographic maps (B$40) or photocopies (B$35) if a sheet is unavailable.
Stop by to grab some maps and get detailed information. English is spoken by some staff.