There are very few countries that allow Philippine passport holders to enter into their territories as tourists with the need for a visa. Bolivia is one of them. Travelers from the Philippine Islands with passports that are valid for 6 months are permitted to visit and stay in Bolivia without a tourist visa for a period of 59 days.
Those who wish to enter Bolivia for business or education purposes are required to obtain the appropriate visas.
For more information on Bolivian visa requirements for Philippine passport holders, you may contact:
The Bolivian Consular Office at:
47 Juan Luna Street
San Lorenzo Village
Telephone: (632) 817-1128
Fax: (632) 817-5285
Or The Embassy of Plurinational State of Bolivia in Japan
No. 38, Kowa Bldg.
8/F Room 804
Telephone: (813) 34995441
Fax: (813) 34995443
Important Notice: The Bolivian government charges an exit tax for those departing the country by air. Bolivian citizens and residents are charged an additional fee upon departure. The Bolivian government has also announced that visitors entering areas that have been determined as high risk for yellow fever (such as Santa Cruz, Pando and Beni, and much of Cochabamba, Tarija and northern La Paz departments) would need to present a valid certificate of yellow fever vaccine.