Send a parcel to Bhutanfrom only £53.64

  •   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


Rated the ‘Happiest Country in Asia’ by Business Week, Bhutan is a beautiful subtropical nation in South Asia known for its rich cultural heritage and its strong ties to Bhuddism. It also has an establish relationship with England through its connections with India, meaning that shipping to Bhutan remains a thriving industry.

For reliable parcel delivery to Bhutan, Parcel2Go should always be your first option. With an extensive list of trusted international courier services like UPS, TNT and FX World, we’re able to secure cheap parcels on all deliveries around the world for our customers time after time, making sending abroad easy. So whatever you need posting to Bhutan, get your quote with Parcel2Go today!

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Our top cheapest prices to Bhutan

Express (1-3 Day Delivery)
UPS Express Saver®
Collection Monday if you book in the next 7 hours
Including £50 Protection
Don't Need Protection?
Economy (3+ Day Delivery)
TNT Economy Express
Collection Monday if you book in the next 6 hours
Including £50 Protection
Don't Need Protection?

What else do you need to know...

Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Bhutan?

You will need to carry out customs duties on goods that you send to Bhutan from the UK, which can be stressful if you don’t know which forms you need to complete. Luckily, we’ll send you over everything you need to fill out when you book an order with us, so breathe a sigh of relief.

How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Bhutan?

Postage to Bhutan starts from as little as £53.64 when you book through Parcel2Go. We work hard to ensure we are able to quote you the lowest prices no matter which service or courier you choose. Rest assured, you’ll always get the best deal with us.

How should I address my parcel for delivery to Bhutan?

According to the Universal Postal Union, the key aspects of addressing in Bhutan that differ to the UK format are a four-digit postal code inserted to the right of the locality name on the second-to-last line of the address, and a ‘zone’ number located on the line above.

You'll find a useful guide here.

What items can I send?

Bhutan’s Ministry of Finance have specified that the following items are banned from import into the country:

  • Raw meat
  • Weapons and ammunition
  • Cultural artefacts
  • Religious items

For more information, contact HM Revenue and Customs, or refer to our prohibited items list for a general overview.