Send a parcel to Angolafrom only £34.36
- Collection and drop-off service available
- Get parcel cover worth up to £50 included
- Protect your parcel up to £5000 with extra cover
- Send up to 70kg on selected services
Don’t worry - sending a parcel to Angola doesn’t have to be tricky. With years of experience in delivering parcels to millions of destinations, you can trust Parcel2Go to send your parcel safely and securely.
Postage to Angola from the UK will require you to check your items against Angolan Customs regulations. We’ll help you sort out any paperwork you need to do before you book delivery.
However, we do advise checking the dates of national holidays or non-working days (Saturday and Sunday) that could delay your parcel delivery.
Booking a courier to Angola is easy and affordable with Parcel2Go. Read on for further advice and good-to-know information before you book. You can also see our best prices by clicking the button below - try our instant quote tool now!
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Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Angola?
You will need to deal with international customs when you posting to Angola, which means you’ll need to be prepared to pay any import taxes that you incur. Thankfully, we’ll send you all the customs documents you need when you book with us, so you can rest assured that your parcel gets to where it needs to be without any problems at the border.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Angola?
Postage to Angola is as cheap as £34.36 when you choose to book your delivery through Parcel2Go. No one works harder then we do to ensure that our customers get prices that they’ll be truly blown away by. We’ll even help you save extra when you take advantage of our bulk shipping discounts.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Angola?
When labelling your parcel with the recipient’s address, you’ll need to remember a couple of ground rules about the national format. For example, addresses need to be centred, and you might need some co-ordinates of the receiving address to help the handler locate it on the map.
Here’s an accurate example to give you a point of reference.