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Proof of onward travel if arriving in Bolivia by air

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I just read on the Government of Canada's travel report for Bolivia that "On August 29, 2007 the Bolivian government introduced a new regulation which requires that all visitors arriving by air be able to produce a return air ticket or another proof of how they plan to leave the country at the end of their stay."

I'll be arriving in La Paz by air but will be exiting by bus to Peru via Lake Titicaca. I won't have a bus ticket or anything before arriving in Bolivia. Does anyone know what kind of proof I should supply upon arrival to show that I'll be leaving the country? I should clarify that I have a return ticket from Buenos Aires back to Toronto for 6 weeks after I enter Bolivia, as well as tickets for flights throughout Peru, from Peru to Chile, from Chile to Argentina and throughout Argentina.

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