British nationals who wish to visit Bolivia do not need entry visas as long as passports have a validity of six months from the date of arrival in Bolivia. UK passport holders are allowed to stay in Bolivia for a period of 30 days without a visa. On condition that a UK passport holder applies for an extension of stay at Department of Immigration offices throughout the country before the end of the 30 day period, the duration of stay may be extended to 60 days.
Tourists are limited to an annual cumulative stay of 90 days in Bolivia without a visa. Those wishing to stay longer are advised to seek the required information from the Bolivian Embassy in London or any of the Department of Immigration offices in Bolivia.
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.