Surprisingly, there is Uber in Bolivia and it’s safe! It only arrived at the beginning of 2017, so it’s fairly new.
Is Uber legal in Bolivia?
Uber faces similar issues in neighboring Chile. The company says other Latin American markets, including Mexico City in Mexico, Rio de Janeiro and San Pablo in Brazil, and La Paz in Bolivia, have passed laws in its favor enabling the use of apps for transporting passengers.
Is it safe to go to La Paz Bolivia?
OVERALL RISK : MEDIUM
La Paz is not a very safe city which can be concluded from its ranking, so common standard precautions should be applied and tourists should be very careful of pickpockets and bag-snatching. Special attention should be paid to suspicious behavior, especially in crowded places.
What is the most dangerous place in Bolivia?
According to a local, El Alto and Santa Cruz are the most dangerous cities in Bolivia.
How do you get around La Paz Bolivia?
Once in La Paz, the best way to get around is via taxi. It’s cheap and relatively fast. You can also dabble in figuring out the different bus and colectivo taxi routes, but it’s a bit of a hassle. Note that not all taxis are safe to take.
Is English spoken in Bolivia?
English is not widely spoken at all in Bolivia, much like the rest of South America. Only the wealthy upper class and those working in tourism tend to speak the language, with most unable to understand anything at all.
What is the best time of year to visit Bolivia?
In most opinions, May-Oct is the best time to visit Bolivia, as the dry weather brings sapphire skies and less travel disruption. This is the Bolivian winter, though, so the highlands will be cold – and well below freezing in the desert at night, particularly in June-July.
Is Bolivia rich or poor?
Bolivia is the poorest country in South America. Although classified as middle income, it is at the very low end of the scale. Since 2006, the Government of Bolivia has introduced economic and social reforms designed to meet the basic needs of the poorest people.
Is Bolivia safe for female Travellers?
Is Bolivia is safe to travel alone? Although the Bolivia crime rate is increasing, it is still one of the safest places in South America and being the cheapest, it’s popular with other travellers especially Israelis. Foreign women are free to do as they like and they even have women’s wrestling here!