Send a parcel to South Africafrom only £18.20
- 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
Shipping to South Africa from UK
South Africa maintains a status as a major power on the African continent. It’s becoming more and more evident that South Africa will soon be a global power, having even been identified as one of the five potential superpowers known as BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa).
With growing influence, shipping to South Africa is becoming more and more important. Luckily, Parcel2Go are at hand to help. Thanks to an extensive network of the world’s top courier services — the likes of which include DPD, TNT and UPS — we’re able to make sending parcels overseas not only affordable but reliable too. Only we offer the lowest prices without compromising on service, so start shipping to South Africa with Parcel2Go today!Get a Quote
What else do you need to know...
Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to South Africa?
When posting a parcel to South Africa, you’ll need to ensure you parcel is cleared to get through customs without any problems, which requires you to fill out a declaration. Not to worry, though, because we’ll send you the forms you need when you book your postage to South Africa with us. Simple!
How much does it cost to send a parcel to South Africa from the UK?
With postage to South Africa starting as low as £18.20 when you book with Parcel2Go, it’s never been easier to send cheap parcels around the world. And to top it all off, we also offer loads of options on all of our services, including parcel cover, signature tracking, and express delivery. Send the way you want to at a fraction of the price you’d expect!
How should I address my parcel for delivery to South Africa?
One thing worth remembering about shipping to South Africa is that the postcode should be written on its own on the second-to-last line of the full address, much like the UK address format. You can refer to this example provided by the Universal Postal Union as a guide.