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Send a Parcel to Pakistan

Postage to Pakistan from £17.09

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Ship to Pakistan from the UK

Post to Pakistan with Parcel2Go for cheap shipping and a service you can trust. We work with the best couriers in the business, such as DPD, FedEx and UPS.

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Ship to Pakistan with Parcel2Go

Our Services and Postage to Pakistan

Working with a variety of reliable international couriers means we can offer both super economy and express delivery options, so your shipment to Pakistan from the UK could arrive in just 3-5 days! 

And if you’re on a budget, postage to Pakistan starts at just £17.09.

Before You Ship to Pakistan

Before shipping to Pakistan we always recommend looking up Pakistan’s national holidays and non-working days (Sundays), so you can avoid sending your parcel on those days. It’s also important to check the country’s customs regulations so you can be certain you’re not shipping any restricted items. Use our prohibited items list to help see what items you should avoid too. 

Checking all of these things means you reduce the chance of your shipment to Pakistan being delayed.

At Parcel2Go, we make finding the best courier service to Pakistan easy. Just use our quote tool to compare delivery services and book your parcel.

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Our International Services to Pakistan

Landmark Collection
Landmark CollectionEst Delivery: Tue, 13 Aug

DPD Drop Off International
DPD Drop Off InternationalEst Delivery: Thu, 1 Aug

DPD Drop Off Express
DPD Drop Off ExpressEst Delivery: Tue, 30 Jul

DPD Air Classic
DPD Air ClassicEst Delivery: Wed, 31 Jul

DPD Air Express
DPD Air ExpressEst Delivery: Wed, 31 Jul

Customs in Pakistan and Pakistan Customs Duty

When you send a parcel to Pakistan, it will have to clear customs. This happens with any parcel you send internationally from the UK, so it’s nothing to worry about.

You will need certain paperwork to clear customs but don’t worry - when you book a shipment to Pakistan with Parcel2Go, we’ll send you all the right documentation. All you need to do is fill it in and we’ll handle the rest! For advice on shipping internationally, visit our Help Centre or get in touch with our 24/7 customer service team.

When it comes to customs duty in Pakistan, it really varies depending on the items you’re sending. The average duty rate is 21%, but certain goods like laptops can be imported with no additional duty fees.

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Our Top Tip

When you go through our booking process, you’ll be able to work out exactly how much duty will cost. So don’t worry if you’re unsure about customs, Parcel2Go makes postage to Pakistan as easy as it needs to be.

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Pakistan Address Format

Addressing a parcel to Pakistan is similar to addressing a parcel in the UK.

One thing that is different is that instead of a postcode, you’ll need to write a locality followed by a numeric ZIP code. Here’s an example of how to address a parcel to Pakistan:

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Pakistan Prohibited Items

Before you send a parcel to Pakistan, it’s important that you make sure your package doesn’t include any items that are prohibited from entering the country. Check out our full list of prohibited items to be sure.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to ship a package to Pakistan?

Postage to Pakistan starts from just £17.09 with Parcel2Go and you’ll struggle to find a cheaper price anywhere else!

Our Lowest Price Guarantee means if you do find a cheaper service, we'll match the price.

Can you send food parcels to Pakistan?

You can send certain foods to Pakistan, depending on the shelf life - generally it should have at least half of its shelf life remaining. Dry foods such as sweets are okay to send but be cautious that certain foods like chocolate may melt in the hot weather and in transit.

Pakistan has certain restrictions on herbs and for shipping meats for human consumption, you will need to have a halal certificate.

What can you not send to Pakistan?

Among the usual restrictions when shipping internationally, some of Pakistan’s restricted items include:

  • Any items made or produced in Israel and India

  • Items that could be offensive to the Muslim culture

  • Second hand clothes that do not have a fumigation certificate

For a full list, take a look at our prohibited items page and filter by ‘Pakistan’ and the courier service you’re choosing to use.