Send a parcel to French Polynesiafrom only £103.94
- 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
French Polynesia is an overseas country associated with the French Republic. It’s made up of 118 dispersed islands in the South Pacific Ocean, covering a total expanse of over 1,200 miles. A strong ongoing relationship with France means that trade with Europe is fairly lucrative, as French Polynesia is heavily reliant on imports to support its population.
Parcel2Go make parcel delivery to French Polynesia as easy as sending within the UK. We only work with woldwide courier services that we trust — like UPS, TNT and Parcelforce — so our customers can get cheap parcels with great service, at no extra cost to them. So whatever you’re posting to French Polynesia, you can count on Parcel2Go to find a quote that’s right for you!Get a Quote
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Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to French Polynesia?
Though French Polynesia is associated with France, it doesn’t qualify as part of the European Union’s customs territory. That means you’ll need to carry out customs duties when posting to French Polynesia, but don’t worry, because it’s easy with Parcel2Go. Just place your order and we’ll send you over the documents you need to get your parcel through customs without any problems.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to French Polynesia?
Postage to French Polynesia is as cheap as [%CHEAPEST_PRICES%] when you choose to book your delivery with Parcel2Go. Better still, we offer a wider range of courier services than any other UK comparison site, meaning that finding a quote that suits your needs as well as your budget is a breeze.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to French Polynesia?
One thing to remember about addressing when shipping to French Polynesia is that you should add the island name on the line following the municipality name, to the right of the postcode.
Not sure what that looks like? No problem — you can refer to this handy addressing guide courtesy of the Universal Postal Union for help.