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Travel advise: payments in BoliviaJet off well-informed to Bolivia. Here are some handy facts about cash and card payments in Bolivia.
Most vendors in Bolivia don’t accept international credit and debit card payments, but some international hotels, luxury stores and larger supermarkets do. Card payments are more widely accepted in the tourist-heavy areas of Bolivia, such as in Sucre, La Paz, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Copacabana and Lake Titicaca. If you are going to pay by card in Bolivia: Be aware of currency conversion fees and bank fees for card payments: Your bank's BOB to GBP exchange rate may be quite bad. This is how banks make money. Before using your bank card for payments in Latin America it's certainly a good idea to contact your bank. This will avoid your card becoming blocked due to international transactions that your bank may find suspicious.
You’ll need cash for most purchases in Bolivia. We recommend that you take a good amount of Bolivian Bolivianos cash with you on your trip to Bolivia.
The cost of living in Bolivia is very cheap. On average, prices in Bolivia are 48% lower than prices in the UK. A coffee in a cafe in La Paz will cost around Bs15 - Bs20 BOB. For a three-course meal expect to pay around Bs80 to Bs120 Bolivianos.
When visiting Bolivia as a tourist, you are expected to leave a tip. We recommend that you add 10% to 15% to the bill, provided of course that you enjoyed the service. Make sure to tip in cash, either rounding the bill or adding a few coins or small denomination Bolivianos banknotes.