Named after the Niger River, the Republic of Niger is a landlocked country in Western Africa, bordered by Libya, Chad and the similarly named Nigeria. Niger boosts its economy by trading with its neighbours, mainly supplying things like food and cattle, but by also sitting on some of the world’s largest uranium deposits, it routinely draws interest from investors around the world. Being landlocked, shipping to Niger requires some of the top international couriers to get the job done right.
Luckily, here at Parcel2Go we’re dedicated to making that a reality, which is why we use reputable courier services like UPS, DPD and TNT for parcel delivery to Niger. It’s our mission to ensure that cheap international parcels don’t mean having to compromise on quality of service — with Parcel2Go, you’ll get the best of both worlds. Whatever you’re posting to Niger, you’ll get the best deal by booking with us today.Get a Quote
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Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Niger?
Parcels sent to Niger will need to be accompanied by a customs declaration in order to legally get through the country’s borders. Don’t worry, though — we’ve made it easy. Once you’ve booked your order with us, we’ll send you all the documentation you need with your label for you to fill off. Simply fill it in and attach to your parcel!
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Niger?
Postage to Niger can cost only £20.50 when you book with Parcel2Go, because we always negotiate on your behalf to get the best price, and pass on the savings to you. Plus, you can compare the widest range of couriers available in the UK all in one place when you get a quote with Parcel2Go, helping you ensure you’re getting the best possible deal.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Niger?
Address formats in Niger are centre-aligned. The postcode indicates the post office that the parcel needs to go to, because deliveries in Niger are made to P.O. Boxes only.
Need an example? Check out this useful addressing guide issued by the Universal Postal Union.