Send a parcel to Burundifrom only £19.52
- 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
Located in the Great Lakes region of East Africa, the landlocked nation of Burundi is a global producer of coffee, tea, and non-monetary gold. These natural resources make it a key trade point for countries like the UK and the US where — let’s face it — coffee and tea are valued commodities. There are plenty of occasions where shipping to Burundi is a necessity, but only reliable couriers can ensure these parcels arrive safely.
Thankfully, we only work with proven courier services here at Parcel2Go. With big names like UPS, DPD and Parcelforce as integral parts of our network, we’re able to negotiate incredibly cheap parcels without ever having to compromise on the quality of service. That means our customers always get the best of both worlds. So, finding the best price for international delivery to Burundi, send with Parcel2Go today
What else do you need to know...
Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Burundi?
There are certain customs regulations that you’ll need to adhere to when posting to Burundi from the UK, but we’ve made it easy. Whenever you book an international order with us, we’ll send you the declaration forms you need along with your label for you to print off. All you have to do is follow our helpful instructions to ensure your parcel arrives without a hitch.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Burundi?
Postage to Burundi costs only £19.52 when you book through Parcel2Go. With a range of options for every parcel that you send, too — from express and economy speeds to parcel cover and proof of delivery — you can tailor each service to your exact needs. However you want to send, you’ll get the cheapest service with us.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Burundi?
One of the official languages of Burundi is French, and is generally the language used for postage. Be aware of this when it comes to labelling your parcel — things like ‘Mr’ should be ‘Monsieur’, for example.
Luckily, the Universal Postal Union has put together a useful address example for you to refer to in case things get confusing.