The Cook Islands
The Cook Islands are named after the famous explorer Captain James Cook, who first arrived at the islands in 1773. The islands are a dependency of New Zealand, which they lie just over 3,000 km northeast of, and number fifteen separate landmasses in total. The primary contributor to the economy of the Cook Islands is its tourist industry, so there are plenty of deliveries going to and from the country all the time.
Though they may be in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, parcel delivery to the Cook Islands needn’t be difficult. By working with proven courier services like UPS, DPD and TNT, Parcel2Go are able to get great delivery services on cheap parcels for all of our customers even when shipping across the Pacific. To save on postage to the Cook Islands without having to compromise on the quality of service, book with Parcel2Go today!Get a Quote
What else do you need to know...
Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to the Cook Islands?
You’ll need to attach a customs declaration form to your parcel before posting to the Cook Islands, but not to worry, because we’ll make it easy. Once you’ve booked your order with us, we’ll send you the forms you need along with your label, taking the pressure off you.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to the Cook Islands?
Shipping to the Cook Islands costs as little as £19.52 when you book your delivery through Parcel2Go. That’s because we negotiate with all of our couriers to get better prices for our customers than anyone else.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to the Cook Islands?
You can find examples of how to address a parcel to the Cook Islands and a list of the islands by referring to this addressing guide put together by the Universal Postal Union.