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Getting Around Bolivia By Hitchhiking

As in all countries, hitchhiking is inherently dangerous in Bolivia. If you plan to thumb your way around, do so at your own risk. While V!VA does not endorse hitchhiking, we recognize that it is often a necessary mean of transport, especially on the back roads around the Yungas or Amazon Basin, and common among backpackers. If possible, try and flag down a public camioneta passing by, these vans charge according to distance travelled and run frequently.

Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to Bolivia: Getting To and Away From Riberalta, When To Go, Getting Around, Getting Around Bolivia By Bus, To and From Yanacachi, Getting To and Away From Magdalena, Villazón / La Quiaca Border Crossing, Getting To and Away From Coroico, Getting To and From San Ignacio de Moxos and Getting Around.

By Margaret Rode
A self-professed city girl, sassy staff writer Margaret Rode hails from Chicago where she received Bachelor degrees in English Literature and Spanish...
24 Sep 2009

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