Send a parcel to Liberiafrom only £40.19
- 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
Searching for info on how to send a parcel to Liberia? We’ve got all you’ll need to know right here.
When booking a courier to Liberia, you want to know that the international delivery service you choose has your best interests at heart. That’s why Parcel2Go gives you peace of mind and helps make your postage experience simple and easy.
When booking postage to Liberia, the planned delivery time for your shipment might end up being delayed if it’s held up by Customs. Check the customs requirements before you send your items to make sure you’re compliant.
National holidays and non-working days (Saturday and Sunday) might also affect your parcel’s journey, so be sure to check before you book.
Read on to see how to send a parcel to Liberia with the best prices you’ll find. Check out the information below to help you make your planning decisions, or use the quick quote button to start now.Get a Quote
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Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Liberia?
Your parcel will need to go through international customs when shipping to Liberia from the UK, but don’t worry — we’ve made the whole process really straightforward. We’ll send you all the declaration forms you need when you book your delivery with us. Just print them out and fill them in!
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Liberia?
Parcel delivery to Liberia starts from as little as £40.19 when you book through Parcel2Go. Not only that, but with a range of options available on all our services — including signature tracking, parcel cover, and express delivery — you can send your parcel however you want, at a price you’ll love.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Liberia?
Writing addresses when posting to Liberia are simple. Just start with the smallest element (the addressee’s name) and end with the largest (the country name in block capitals — in this case, “LIBERIA”). The four-digit postcode goes to the left of the locality name on the second-to-last line.