Fiji has got plenty more to shout about than their rugby successes. Despite being a small island nation of little more than a million inhabitants, Fiji has one of the most developed economies in the Pacific, due to an abundance of natural resources. Plus, it’s sub-tropical climate makes it a popular destination for tourists seeking an alternative to the worn paths of more typical hotspots like the Caribbean.
Getting a parcel to the middle of the Pacific Ocean is no easy feat, but luckily Parcel2Go are at hand to help. We work with the world’s leading international courier services, including UPU, DPD and Parcelforce. It’s our way of ensuring that our customers get top-quality service, and when you book with us, you get it at the lowest price. So whether you’re sending to Viti Levu or Vanua Levu, you’ll always get the cheapest parcel delivery to Fiji at Parcel2Go! Click here to learn more about sending internationally with Parcel2Go.Get a Quote
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Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Fiji?
Fiji is a Commonwealth nation, but unfortunately that doesn’t prevent your parcel for going through customs when posting to Fiji from the UK. Dealing with customs doesn’t have to be hard, though — in fact, we’ve taken a number of steps to make it easy for you. When you book an international delivery with us, we’ll send you all the necessary declaration forms you need along with you label. That’s one less thing to worry about.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Fiji?
When you book with Parcel2Go, you can get postage to Fiji for only £53.52 with TNT’s Express service. We always negotiate the absolute best price for you, and with a range of options available on all deliveries — from collection and drop-off services to express and economy delivery speeds — there’s no reason why you shouldn’t send cheap parcels through us.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Fiji?
Fiji is an ex-British territory, which might account for the fact that the address formats between the two are very similar. For a reference guide, you can check out this handy addressing guide commissioned by the Universal Postal Union.