Send a parcel to Kiribatifrom only £27.27
- 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
The Republic of Kiribati is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean, straddling the equator for a year-round balmy climate. It became independent from the UK in 1979, but has since retained a healthy trade relationship with it, and relies on imports to support its population. Naturally, this makes shipping to Kiribati a little easier, but you’ll still need to use a reliable courier to send to Kiribati at an affordable price.
That’s where we come in. Parcel2Go work with the world-leading courier services — including Parcelforce, TNT and UPS — to ensure that you get top-quality international delivery service, while negotiating to get the lowest possible price on postage to Kiribati. It’s why our customers come back to us again and again. Get your quote today!Get a Quote
What else do you need to know...
Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Kiribati?
When you send cheap parcels to Kiribati from the UK, it’ll need to go through international customs, which means you’ll need to have attached all the necessary forms in advance. Not to worry, though — when you book with us, we’ll send you all the declaration forms you need along with your label for you to print out.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Kiribati?
Parcel delivery to Kiribati can cost as little as £27.27, only when you book through Parcel2Go. Plus, you can customise your order to better suit you, whether you need to up the delivery speed, get signature tracking, or switch to a drop-off service. It’s easy!
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Kiribati?
Since it doesn’t currently have a postcode system, you’ll have to ensure you’ve filled out the rest of the address in as much detail as possible when posting to Kiribati. This includes the island name on the penultimate line of the address, since Kiribati consists of around 40 of them.
Sound confusing? It doesn’t have to be. The Universal Postal Union have actually put together this useful addressing guide for you to refer to should you get stuck.