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FAQs - booking Bolivia flights

  • What are the passport and visa requirements for flying to Bolivia?

    US citizens visiting Bolivia will need a valid passport and visa to be allowed into Bolivia. The passport should have at least six months of validity, and you'll be required to show proof of a round-trip ticket on a tourist visa. Travelers with a tourist visa can stay in Bolivia for up to 30 days, and you can get a visa on arrival once you land at the Bolivian airports. You can purchase the Bolivian tourist visa for around $160 at all border points.

  • What are my best options for flights to Bolivia from the Southeast U.S.?

    If you’re flying to Bolivia from the Southeast, you’ll find flights from different departure airports, including Miami International Airport (MIA), Orlando International Airport (MCO), and Tampa International Airport (TPA). There is a direct flight from MIA to VVI operated by Boliviana de Aviación (BoA). You’ll also find one-stop flights from MIA and MCO operated by Avianca Airlines, Copa Airlines, LATAM Airlines, and GOL Airlines.

  • Are there nonstop flights from the US to Bolivia?

    Yes. There are direct flights from the US to Bolivia. All nonstop flights from the US to Bolivia are from Miami to Santa Cruz. Miami International Airport operates two daily flights to Viru Viru International Airport. The flights are operated by Boliviana de Aviación (BoA), the national carrier of Bolivia, and the flights take about 7 hours.

  • Which airport is closest to Sorata?

    If you want to hike in the Cordillera Real mountains in Sorata and explore the sleepy town, the best airport to fly into is LPB. It is the closest airport to Sorata, about 93.2 miles from the city. You can take a bus or taxi from the airport to Sorata, a 3 to 4 hours trip depending on the transportation mode.

  • What are the most common layover cities for flights to Bolivia?

    Other than the nonstop flights from Miami, all other flights from the US to Bolivia have at least one layover en route. The layover cities are different depending on the city of departure. If you are flying from New York (JFK), Panama City, Bogota, and Lima are the most common layover cities. If you're flying to Bolivia from Los Angeles (LAX), the most common layover cities are Lima and Panama City. Chicago (ORD) is a major central US airport, and if you're coming in from ORD, the most common layover cities are Miami, Sao Paulo, and Panama City.

  • What is the best airport to fly into if I plan to visit Palacio Portales?

    The best airport to fly into to explore the Palacio Portales cultural center is Jorge Wilstermann International Airport (CBB). Palacio Portales is approximately 2.8 miles from the airport. You can take a taxi or private car from the airport to the cultural center, a 10-15 minute drive. Multiple airlines offer flights from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) and MIA to CBB with one or more stops. Since flights to CBB are seasonal, you can fly to Viru Viru International Airport or El Alto International Airport and take a connecting flight to CBB.

  • Which American carriers offer flights to Bolivia?

    United Airlines is the only American carrier that offers flights to Bolivia. United Airlines offer a couple of daily flights from the two airports with the most flights to Bolivia, Miami International Airport, and New York Airport (JFK). There are several double-layover flights offered by United Airlines to Bolivia, but single-layover flights are only from JFK and MIA. These flights have a layover in Panama City and head only to Viru Viru International Airport in Santa Cruz.

  • Which airlines offer Business Class flights to Bolivia?

    Different airlines offer Business Class travel to Bolivia through their connecting flights, including Copa Airlines, LATAM Airlines, and Avianca Airlines. You’ll access benefits like priority check-in and boarding, comfortable seats, in-flight entertainment, and improved dining options.

  • Which is the best airport to fly to in Bolivia?

    If you want to explore Bolivia, the best airport to fly to is Viru Viru International Airport in Santa Cruz. It is the largest airport in Bolivia and is centrally located in Bolivia. VVI handles most of the domestic and international flights in Bolivia. Its central location gives you a good base for exploring Bolivia and connecting to other cities in Bolivia. Another good alternative is Jorge Wilsterman International Airport in Cochabamba. It is a less busy airport than the ones in La Paz and Santa Cruz.

  • What public transportation options are available to Santa Cruz city center from Viru Viru International Airport?

    Since you are most likely to land in VVI from different departure points in the U.S., you can access different public transportation options to Santa Cruz city center, approximately 10.6 miles from the airport. Popular transportation options include buses, car rentals in the international arrivals areas, and taxis in the ground transportation area.

  • Where should I fly to visit the pink Laguna Colorada?

    If you are planning to visit the pink lake and view some of the unique flamingo species, the best airport to fly to is Uyuni Airport. Uyuni town in Potosi is just a short drive away from Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve, home to Laguna Colorada. There are daily flights from Miami to CBB, and from CBB, you can take a connecting flight to Uyuni Airport.

  • How do I get to Potosi from the United States?

    You’ll need to take a connecting flight to Viru Viru International Airport or El Alto International Airport, where you can take a domestic flight to Potosi. You can also take a private car or bus to Potosi from the arrival airports or nearby cities.

  • If I want to travel to the southern part of Bolivia, what is the best way to get there from the United States?

    Yacuiba Airport is the airport located nearest to the southern regions of Bolivia. If you are traveling from the United States, you can book a two-stop trip through Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) with Aeromexico Airlines or American Airlines. On landing at Yacuiba Airport, board a one-stop flight from BoA Airlines to your destination.

  • What is the most efficient method to fly from the United States to Bolivia if I want to attend the Alasitas Festival there?

    If you want to attend the Alasitas Festival, Copa Airlines offers flights to El Alto International Airport (LPB) in La Paz, the capital of Bolivia, from several American departure airports. On arrival, you can take a taxi to downtown La Paz, located 8.7 miles from the airport. The journey takes roughly 30 minutes via a taxi. Remember that La Paz can get quite congested at this time, and reservations for flights and accommodations are essential.

  • How do I get to Madidi National Park in Bolivia from the United States?

    Madidi National Park is a must-see for Americans visiting Bolivia. Book a JetBlue Airlines that flies from DFW Airport to El Alto (LPB) in Bolivia. Fly to Rurrenabaque Airport, then take a taxi from the airport to the shores of Beni River in Buenaventura and take a ferry to Madidi National Park.

  • How can I visit Tiwanaku in Bolivia from the United States?

    One of the simplest and most effective ways to make this trip is by flying from JFK in New York to El Alto International Airport (LPB) in Bolivia. Finding a taxi to take you to Tiwanaku, a breathtaking tourist attraction located 41.2 miles from the airport, won't be difficult once you land at this airport. You will need to take a taxi for about 60 minutes to travel that distance.

  • How long is the flight to Bolivia?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to Bolivia takes 18h 30m, covering a distance of 4127 miles. The most popular route is Miami - Santa Cruz de la Sierra with an average flight time of 6h 50m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to Bolivia?

    The cheapest ticket to Bolivia from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $256 one-way, and $391 round-trip. The most popular route is from Miami to Santa Cruz de la Sierra and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $391.

  • Which airlines fly to Bolivia?

    BoA flies the most frequently from the United States to Bolivia.

  • What are the most popular destinations in Bolivia?

    The next most popular destinations are La Paz (41%) and Cochabamba (4%). Searches for flights to Trinidad (0.8%), to Sucre (0.3%) and to Uyuni (0.2%) are also popular.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Bolivia

  • Looking for cheap airfare to Bolivia? 25% of our users found tickets to Bolivia for the following prices or less: From Miami $342 one-way - $563 round-trip
  • Book at least 1 week before departure in order to get a below-average price.
  • High season is considered to be January, November and December. The cheapest month to fly from the United States is September.
  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Bolivia flight deals.
  • Bolivia has three major international airports. Viru Viru International Airport in Santa Cruz is the busiest and receives direct flights from Miami. El Alto International Airport (LPB) is the second busiest, while Jorge Wilsterman International Airport is a great alternative to the two.
  • If you wish to fly to Bolivia from Boston, you’ll find one-stop flights to Santa Cruz Viru Viru International Airport (VVI) departing from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). Airlines offering one-stop flights to Bolivia from BOS include Copa Airlines, JetBlue, Boliviana de Aviación Airlines, Spirit Airlines, and LATAM Airlines.
  • Viru Viru International Airport (VVI) in Santa Cruz is the hub for Boliviana de Aviación (BoA), the national carrier of Bolivia. If you are connecting to several cities in Bolivia, consider booking your flight with BoA airlines, as they have many connections from VVI.
  • Travelers planning to visit the resort town of Copa Cabana in Bolivia should fly into El Alto International Airport (LPB), around 3 to 4 hours away by road. Alternatively, you can fly to Juliaca Manco Capac International Airport (JUL) in neighboring Peru, approximately 2 to 3 hours away by road. You can take a bus, private car, or taxi to Copa Cabana.
  • If you're flying to Bolivia from the West Coast, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) operates most flights from the US to Bolivia, with San Francisco International (SFO) only operating a handful. Consider booking your flight from LAX over SFO.
  • For a place to relax after a long flight to Miami, you can check into one of the lounges at VVI, including Santa Cruz De La Sierra and The Lounge VIP Domestic. They have comfortable spaces and serve different cuisines.
  • El Alto International Airport (LPB) is the best airport to fly into if you're flying to Eastern Bolivia. LPB airport is in one of Bolivia's capitals, La Paz, and is the biggest airport in Eastern Bolivia, serving flights from the US.
  • Bolivia's second capital Sucre is served by Sucre Alcantari International Airport (SRE). Daily domestic flights from VVI serve the airport, so if you're heading to Sucre, consider first flying into VVI and then connecting to SRE.
  • If you plan to visit the famous Lake Titicaca and the ancient Inca civilizations in southern Bolivia, the best airport to fly into is Jorge Wilsterman International Airport; CBB operates several nonstop flights to Uyuni Airport, a short drive from the lake.
  • If you plan to tour Bolivia, the country, and not a particular city, consider booking open jaw tickets over a round-trip ticket from a particular Bolivia airport. Open-jaw tickets will save you time and money, allowing you to get back to the US from a different airport other than your arrival airport.
  • Those who wish to fly nonstop from the eastern United States to Viru Viru International Airport (VVI) in Bolivia can do so by booking a ticket with either Copa Airlines or American Airlines that departs from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and arrives at VVI.
  • JFK is the most common point of departure for passengers flying to El Alto International Airport (LPB) in Bolivia from the East Coast of the United States. Passengers from this airport can fly with just one stop with Avianca Airlines via Bogota or two stops in Punta Cana and Bogota via JetBlue.
  • The Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is a popular choice for vacationers who reside in the central part of the United States and who have travel plans, including a stop at El Alto International Airport (LPB) in Bolivia. Travelers with United Airlines and JetBlue Airlines who depart from DFW have various nonstop flight options to select from to get to their final destinations.
  • If you are flying to Bolivia from LaGuardia Airport (LGA) on a one-stop flight through Miami International Airport (MIA), you can enjoy a variety of foods and drinks at the American Airlines flagship lounge while waiting to catch your flight to Viru Viru International Airport (VVI).
  • VVI, which is conveniently located in central Bolivia, acts as an ideal airport choice if you are traveling to cities around Bolivia. Travelers residing in Chicago can take a one-stop flight from O'Hare International Airport (ORD). If you fly using Copa Airlines, your layover will be at Panama City, while choosing BoA Airlines will mean you stop in Miami.
  • You can take a one-stop or two-stop flight from LaGuardia Airport (LGA), operated by BoA Airlines or American Airlines, and land at Viru Viru International Airport (VVI) if you plan to travel to the northern region of Bolivia from New York. After that, a BoA or Amaszonas Airlines direct flight will take you to Guayaramerin airport.
  • If you intend to leave the northwest United States for Bolivia, you could take three-stop flights from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to El Alto International Airport (LPB) on BoA Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Copa Airlines.
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Top 5 airlines flying to Bolivia

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the United States to Bolivia? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to KAYAK reviews.
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Copa AirlinesOverall score based on 3270 reviews
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73entertainment
80overall
81boarding
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Left my bags in origin city on a business class ticket , spent about 2-3 days in the same clothes plus the flight .

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Left my bags in origin city on a business class ticket , spent about 2-3 days in the same clothes plus the flight .

the planes are not modern there are no phone chargers

As usual, the flight with normal legroom was not very comfortable, but the second flight was much better because we had paid for extra legroom. It was very nice to check our bags without an extra fee.

LOCKED MY BAG WITHOUT CONSENT. Had to have my zippers cut upon arrival in Costa Rica.

Pros: "The seats in economy were confortable. The best thing was Copa gave us seats in the second line and my family traveled together."
Cons: "Coffe service could better the experience"
Pros: "The crew was very interested on help and attentive with the passengers. But the seat wasn't comfortable. The design of the cushion is not the best to be seating"
Pros: "You were on time, that is the most important thing in a fly"
Cons: "You could improve your entertainment, you are not a cheap company"
Pros: "That there was seltzer"
Cons: "The management of preparing the flight and plane so that it was ready for the trip!!"
Pros: "Copa was convenient and easy. Very easy boarding process and I appreciated the day flight."
Cons: "This is a business class that is equivalent to a US carrier domestic first class. Good seats, not lay flat but wide on my 737-800. The food and service emulated say American Airlines Domestic 1C as well. Everything was just good enough, and much cheaper that international business on the majors."
Pros: "It was an excellent trip, but the entertainment needs to be improved."
Cons: "More options on entertainment, needs variety."

Awful. I checked in online and there was no option to pay for baggage, at the airport when I checked in my baggage was received and Iwas not charged. When I got to LA during the boarding process I was told I didn't pay for baggage, the crew resolved I was let in the plane. When I got to my final destination my baggage was not there. It took me two days to receive my baggage. Bad service ever!

There was no food or drink service, couldn’t even get a glass of water for free. It was a long and expensive flight to not offer food or beverage on the plane.

It is better at the jfk than my home country. It was very easy and everything was on time.

There is no food. There is no in-inflight entertainment. The seats are cardboard. The airline is a living hellscape.

My experience was amazing! They helped my elderly mother board on early through a wheelchair and were accommodating to have us sit together since our seats were in different locations. When landing at the airport in GUA they were very helpful with full of hospitality.

No complimentary snacks food, beverage (not even water), pillow and blanket on a 6 hours long flight (including economy comfort). A low form of nickeling an diming. Lost a recurring passanger over a soda. Avianca never again.

Flight departure late. Got late in Colombia making us take a different flight next day. Avianca airport crew messed up my ticket so when a I got in Brazil I didn’t have a ticket for my destination. Had to buy a new ticket out of my pocket.

They charge me $190.00 dollars for the baggage for the bag in side the plane and in the baggage compartment in the plane. The service I got bad bad bad they make wait for a log time and i got to the airport 4 hours before. I don't think I'm going to use you guys never never again no support . And I am going to tell all the guys and people i now to don' use KAYAK

Wasn’t able to take the trip and no one could help me with a refund or rescheduling

Avianca is the worst most uncomfortable airline I've ever been in, the seats are incredibly small and offer no support, the worst experience I've had traveling ever, do not bother with Avianca

No air in the middle rows. Had a hard time breathing. Was dying of heat.

Horrific checkin procedure with neither Delta nor Latam figuring out how to check me in. 4 hrs on customer support with both and both airlines pointing to each other who should do checking. I was not checked in until morning of flight, which for international flight is concerning.

It was ok for the most part, it is missing something

It was a good experience, the flight was a little too long & the food was ok

the flight from Boston to Curitiba was on time actually 30 minutes earlier. latam was not able to unload the luggage for custom checkup in Sao Paulo ii took two and half hours . i missed the flight to Curitiba spend the night in hotel and then flying in the morning to Curitiba

Tough flight with turbulence… I was told by a fellow passenger that it is common. Nonetheless, very stressful. Cordial staff.

Very unprofessional staff in the checking and boarding. There was no space for my carry-on bag, which is understandable for a full flight. However, the rudeness in answering my questions about my bag were unnecessary. Shaming and threatening a passenger to be left behind was something I had never experienced (I am 57 years old and a Skymiles member) before. At a minimum, the boarding staff (Krystal Mejia and her manager Dee) should undergo further training on cultural sensitivity and professional skills on speaking with passengers. Krystal, just because I have dark hair and “look Latina” does not mean I can speak Spanish. Your assumption and threatening words until the very ending of my boarding (door of the airplane) were not only unnecessary and stressful but something that a passenger should not experience before boarding.

The flight from PDX to New York was cancelled, and I got rebooked one day later. Because of this I missed a meeting at my final destination, EZE. I now need to stay longer in Argentina, and was told the tariff difference was $780 plus $150 penalty! I am not using my return ticket, and have purchased a one way ticket EZE-PDX for $606 with another airline. SHAMEFUL

Cons: "The flight was full and all seats were taken. It means it was impossible to maintain the required and necessary social distancing."
Pros: "Yes"
Cons: "Serve some type of beverage with out charging a lot"

Boarding was friendly and quick. While the plane model was older with no live tv, the entertainment was full of movies and tv shows. All food was available. Pilots were very communicative with status of the flight. Flight landed on time.

Amazing comfortable chairs great snacks super friendly staff pilots did excellent job. Smooth sailing all the way. Definitely be flying United more.

Easy boarding in group 2. Landed 1/2 hr early. Delicious cookie snack.

I was delighted that we were able to get on the 4:40 pm flight rather than our original booking at 6:55 pm!! Other than that, the flight was comfortable and landed early😊

Good. The wife was not working but then it got resolved.

Missed this flight due to delays from my previous flight

We waited too long to get water while the plane was on the Tarmac awaiting de-icing.

The flight from Ottawa to Chicago took a lot longer due to DC in Ottawa. We got to Chicago and went to our gate to catch our flight. We only had nine minutes I found that very stressful.

Flight was delayed by over an hour and gate checked bags took 15 minutes to be delivered to the jet bridge.

Got automatically assigned a middle seat, unless I fork out extra money for seat assigment.

Muy horrible experiencia, cambiaron dos veces la hora del vuelo resultando en una espera exagerada. No dan información oportuna. Abordadnos el avión retrasado el vuelo y esperamos dentro del avión por 35’ más mientras subían como 6 carros de cajas al avión. Muy mala logística y servicio.

6 horas de retraso en el vuelo sin ninguna explicación por parte de la aerolínea.

Always late, the service is a sandwich, no comfort at all…

They had a problem with their air conditioning system and we almost had heat strokes because they blasted HEATED AIR for almost 40 minutes and there was literally no air. This is the worst airline in Bolivia. Can't believe we have no other options sometimes.

BOA is truly the worst airline in Bolivia. It's a shame we sometimes need to use it cause we have no more options.

BOA airplanes are so old and dirty, the bathroom was so nasty, it smelled so bad and had tape all over the cabinets. My chair wouldn't recline, we had no entertainment, the flight was super cold. The only positive thing about this flight is that I feel it's so old that they even serve food, like in the past! I travel a lot and nowadays the companies only serve some snacks or sometimes offer something to eat if you pay. Not the case with this flight. Never again flying with BOA. They are definetly the worst.

This airline is always THE WORST. They seem to have flights moving to other times (late) 90% of the time. The airplanes are old, and the landing (i really don't know why) is 90% of the time shaky. I actually never buy tickets from BOA, I prefer other airlines by far.

This is one of the oldest airplanes I've ever been in. No tv, no entertainment at all, seats are SO UNCOMFORTABLE and the whole flight was so cold. It's the worst flight ever. Avoid it.

Do not flight in BOA, pay a little bit more and you can use Copa or Avianca, this company is a nightmare from the boarding process, plane quality, services, etc, etc.

Cons: "Entertainment for 7 hours of flying must be considered. Too few flight attendants which made service very slow and poor."

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