Profiles from various sources, demographics, travel issues and warnings, consulate information, embassies, communications, safety concerns, and related information you should know as you travel to and within the country.
- Required Documents @
"More than 60 percent of Bolivia's citizens are Indian—predominantly Quechua and Aymara. The Andean nation is poor, but rich in natural attractions that fuel a growing ecotourism economy."
Information stored in the US Library of Congress includes historical background, geography, society, economy, transportation, government, military, national security, police, plus a bibliography and glossary.
Introduction, Maps, Geography. People. Government, Economy, Communications, Transportation, Military and Transnational Issues prepared and maintained with regular updates from the US Central Intelligence Agency.
Entry and exit requirements plus consulate and embassy information for US citizens, safety and security, crime, medical facilities and health, traffic and transportation data, plus adoption information.
"A country of statistical extremes, landlocked Bolivia is the highest and most isolated country in South America. It has the largest proportion of indigenous people, who make up around two-thirds of the population, and is the world's largest producer of tin."