Headed to Bolivia? Check out the advice, stories and tips I can offer after my March 2011 trip there, which saw me visit the capital city of La Paz, as well as the Uyuni Salt Flats in the southwestern. Information on getting a Bolivia entry visa for U.S. citizens.

Uyuni Starts Here

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A Uyuni Salt Flats tour is essential, since you can’t explore this part of South America on your own.

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Bolivia’s “Beach”

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When it comes to Uyuni Salt Flat tours, there’s good news and there’s bad news.

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Bolivian Visa at the Peru-Bolivia Border

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If you have a passport with at least six months remaining validity and U.S. dollar cash in hand, getting a visa to enter Bolivia is something you can do while crossing the border.

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Bolivia’s Otherworldly Uyuni Salt Flats

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It’s difficult to select one Bolivia experience as being the best, but the Bolivian salt flats—a.k.a. Salar de Uyuni—have got to be high on the list.

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