What nationality are you? Will you require a visa or visa extension, and have you contacted us/made enquiries about getting one?
Are you in good health, will you be able to cope with being at high altitude? (La Paz is a mountainous city, 3800m above sea level.)
What happens after I apply?
Phone conversation: We review your application and get back to you within 2 weeks for a phone conversation. The conversation is for both of us to get to know eachother: we are oversubscribed and like to talk to all applicants to further each decision. Equally, we want to make sure that any prospective participants understand what the programme involves: we will explain a bit more about the programme and you ask any questions you may have.
Deposit: You place your deposit in order to secure your place with Bolivia Unlimited
Further details: Over the next few weeks, you should be organising the following:
Your flights: the earlier you book, the cheaper it is.
Your health insurance: Does your existing one cover you abroad, if not, what cover can you take out for a trip to Bolivia?
If you need a visa, you make an appointment to obtain one.
We will be in touch with you as your programme period approaches, requiring you to submit this information, most importantly: flight details and confirmation of health insurance
You can contact us at any time with questions.
Pre-trip Information: We send you a package of Pre-trip Information a month/a few weeks before your trip. This includes detailed advice on how to prepare yourself for a trip to Bolivia, from packing your suitcase to Embassy details in Bolivia.
Full Payment: At least 4 weeks before you travel, we expect to receive the full payment for your stay. You will be given a deadline for this payment according to the month in which you come.
Registration: If your country has an embassy in Bolivia, we require you to register with them. This is an easy process that can usually be done online.
Off to Bolivia: Board your flight and we will be waiting for you at the airport in La Paz to pick you up!