Bolivia Visa

Bolivia customs

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Free import

• 400 cigarettes (2 cartons)
• 50 cigars or
• 500 grammes of tobacco;
• 3 litres of alcoholic beverages
• 1 photographic camera,
• 1 non-professional camcorder
• 1 personal portable computer
• 1 tape recorder
• 1 electronic memo book
• 1 cellular phone


• Illegal drugs
• Unauthorized Guns, explosives and ammunition
• Knives and deadly weapons
• Unauthorized pharmaceuticals and drugs
• Unauthorized chemicals
• Food products containing noxious substances
• Plants, fruits, vegetables, and seeds containing parasites considered harmful by the Ministry of Agriculture
• Pets and animals containing diseases
• Used clothing without a sanitary certificate
• Radioactive scrap and other hazardous material
• Counterfeit money and goods
• Gambling machines
• Pornographic material


• All imported pets must be accompanied by an official government certificate.
• Firearms and ammunition require an import license before being granted entry into the country.
• All plant and meat products being imported into the country will require a sanitary or phytosanitary certificate from The Servicio Nacional de Sanidad Agropecuaria e Inocuidad.
• Birds, cats and dogs entering the country will need to be accompanied by a good health certificate clearing the animals of any infections or diseases.
• Transmission devices for radio and television must be authorized by the Telecommunications Office.
• Pharmaceutical products must be approved under World Health Organization guidelines and registered with the Vice Ministry of Health
• Pre-Colombian artefacts, historical paintings, items of Spanish colonial architecture and history and native textiles will require permission to be legally exported out of the country.