Sanitary check | Checkpoint

Bolivia

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Last Visited: over 2 years ago
GPS: -16.39629, -58.33775
Altitude: 260.8 masl

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When comming into Brazil they will take all your fruits, veggies, unprocesed seeds, canned fish/veggies and spices. Vaccinacion certificates are enough to get a dog through the checkpoint. Veeeery friendly staff, but doesn't speak Spanish.
The office aduana for the car is here now.

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We gave them a basket with a few lemons, 2 potatoes and a star fruit. They did not enter vehicle at all. Filled in some paperwork with one of our names and sent us on our way.

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Aucun contrôle sanitaire en direction de la Bolivie. Ni à la douane Bolivienne.

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We were asked if we had any fruits or vegetables but no inspection.

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The office aduana for the car is here now. For the passport it's to police fédéral to Cáceres.

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Not as bad as we expected! Friendly staff, let us keep stuff in the fridge that was sealed (including cheese) but took most (not all) of the opened packets. Hard to work out exactly what the rules are here, but all the food taken was itemised on a signed form, then destroyed in front of us.

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The staff seemed to make a point of *pretending* not to understand Spanish or English, however, when it served them later, they *did* understand and even speak some (they got curious about the make our truck and the only way to find out was to ask ...). They only took food from us that had not been processed industrially and even left some food where the packaging was already open. Maybe this was because they had to list every confiscated item in a form that we eventually had to sign.

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When comming into Brazil they will take all your fruits, veggies, unprocesed seeds, canned fish/veggies and spices. Vaccinacion certificates are enough to get a dog through the checkpoint. Veeeery friendly staff, but doesn't speak Spanish.

Report Check-In