The Bolivia visa requires hotel reservation (or invitation) but I don't know exact date. What to do?

by Jerry Peek
(3849 E. Broadway #141, Tucson, AZ: )

False-color (but not far from real!) photo in La Paz 2008j

False-color (but not far from real!) photo in La Paz 2008j

Hi. I'm a US citizen. I'm applying for a tourist visa; I'd like to travel by land. I'm not sure exactly where I will enter or on what date. The requirements on the Los Angeles consulate website say that I must either have a hotel reservation or an invitation from a Bolivian. If I'm not sure about either, what should I do? For instance, I will be flying out of Santa Cruz on a specific date... could I make a hotel reservation for the night before my departure from Santa Cruz, even though I will be entering Bolivia several weeks before that, somewhere else? Thanks for your help.

Jerry

PS Bella, I entered your photo contest ten years ago with a photo of La Paz. I've always wanted to see your side of Bolivia. Here I come!

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May 03, 2017
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So great you are traveling to Bolivia!
by: BoliviaBella

Yay! You need to have a reservation for the total amount of days you will stay in Bolivia. This means, from the day you arrive until the day you leave. But that is just for entry into the country. Once you're in the country, you can change your reservation to one or more different hotels if you plan to travel around. Have a blast!

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