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  • Get information in our Bolivia guide

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  • Exchange tips about expat life in Bolivia

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    I was amazed how many like-minded expats there are in La Paz; it was great to get in touch with such a friendly group of people.

InterNations – Connecting Irish living in Bolivia

Are you looking for fellow Irish in Bolivia? Do you need advice and tips from your Irish countrymen? Or would you like to go for a trip with other Irish expats to discover attractions like the Altiplano together?

Whether you are already living as an expat in Bolivia or still residing at home in Ireland to prepare your relocation abroad, InterNations Bolivia provides you with all you need: Founded in 2007, our trusted community has quickly established itself as the international networking platform for expats and global minds worldwide. Among our members there is also a number of Irish expats in Bolivia, hailing from all across Ireland - from Limerick, over Cork to Dublin.

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    From Ireland, living in La Paz
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    From Ireland, living in La Paz
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    From Ireland, living in La Paz
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Attend our monthly events and activities for Irish expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

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Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow Irish in our Bolivia expat forums.

    Ask experienced Irish expats in Bolivia!

    • Where can I find Irish food?
    • Where can I meet other Irish?
    • Are there Irish schools in my city?
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    Receive Information and Tips about Bolivia from Irish Expats

    Obviously, embarking on expat life in Bolivia is not only about packing boxes and getting some paperwork done. The regular exchange with your Irish compatriots is also an important aspect of the expat experience and can help you get accustomed to the Bolivian culture and people. InterNations helps you meet and interact with other Irish in Bolivia, living in La Paz, Cochabamba, Santa Cruz and many other places across the country. Just take a look at our group ofIrish in La Paz orIrish in Santa Cruz.

    So, if you should ever feel like speaking your mother tongue, finding out where to shop for Irish food, or chatting about your favorite team’s latest match, join the Irish InterNations Community:

    • Browse our high-quality expat network to find like-minded expatriates from Ireland in Bolivia.
    • Receive and share advice in our Bolivia Expat Forums – e.g. how to find a nanny speaking your kids’ native tongue or where to shop for Irish stew in La Paz...
    • Browse the InterNations Places database for Bolivia to find institutions like the nearest Irish embassy and many others.

    From the Altiplano to the large sections of Amazonian rainforest, we’ll get you in touch with helpful and friendly Irish expats in Bolivia.

    Take Part in Various Expat Activities to Meet Fellow Irish in Bolivia

    Additionally, you are cordially invited to participate in our regular expat events and activities taking place in Bolivia. Our events cover various interests and range from a small expat dinner to enjoy the traditional Bolivian salteñas, to big expat get-togethers with hundreds of guests in La Paz's top locations. You may also join one of our expat excursions for a weekend trip to visit the infamous El Camino de Muerte on Yungas Road, the spectacular view at Mirador Monticulo, and other impressive landmarks across Bolivia.

    This way, our events and activities are a very nice occasion to meet fellow expats from Ireland and around the world in a casual atmosphere. Interested? Sign up for membership and you’ll soon be welcomed with a warm Dia duit from our Irish living in Bolivia!