If you plan to live in Bolivia, this section is fully loaded for future residents. It contains first-hand facts, information, and resources you'll need to plan and prepare for relocation. Use it as you make new living, housing and business arrangements in the heart of South America! Click to meet other expats in Bolivia.
This is one of the largest sections on our website, which began as a Santa Cruz site but is now growing to include information on other regions too! Have you seen our really handy Bolivia Expat Forum yet? It's getting pretty interesting in there. Visit our Expat Resource Shop too.
BoliviaBella.com is a very different type of website. Our focus is not exclusively on tourism. We know you'll travel to Bolivia for business, to live in Bolivia or to volunteer here. I hope you'll enjoy exploring the site, where you can now make all your Bolivia travel arrangements in one place. Before you go, click over to our site tools page to see all the ways you can interact with BoliviaBella.com and stay connected with us. Welcome to Bolivia!
Information you’ll need about living in Bolivia
Our Expat Services unit can help you apply for residency, find a home, open a bank account, get a driver's license, and more.
Should I move to Bolivia?
If you aren't sure yet whether or not you'd like to move to Bolivia, let us put you in contact with other expats in Bolivia. Hearing other opinions and experiences may help you make the choices you feel are best for you!
Ask any question you want about retiring or living in Bolivia in our public forums. Or share your Bolivia travel or expat stories to help others.
If you are still in the research stage and haven't yet determined whether or not Bolivia is right for you, I encourage you to exhaust every resource available to you. You can ask questions in our public Expat Forum, read through all of the pages in our Live in Bolivia and Bolivia Facts sections, join our BoliviaBella Facebook Group, get in contact with other Expats in Bolivia, and keep up with Bolivia News and current events. All of these are free public resources. However, if after all of your research you still have questions you'd like answered, consider making use of the BoliviaBella Question and Answer Service. Read more about it here.