Cheap Parcel Delivery to Cameroon
Rates starting at just £28.90
RAND Logistics operates a low-cost, fast and reliable delivery service for sending parcels anywhere in Cameroon. Thanks to our network of the world's most established and reputable courier services, we can deliver goods anywhere in Cameroon at a highly competitive price, by buying in bulk and passing the savings to you.
The Republic of Cameroon is a hugely diverse country on the west coast of Africa, with natural landscapes encompassing beaches, mountains, deserts and rainforests. Its population is around 23.5 million, which is steadily increasing as its economy grows. Its main industry is agriculture, with exports to the UK, Spain, France, Italy and South Korea including tea, coffee, rice and cocoa. We are steadily seeing an increase in the number of packages being sent to Cameroon, with common destinations including Douala, Yaoundé and Garoua.
Whether to a residential or business address, it has never been easier or cheaper to have a courier ship your goods from the UK to Cameroon. If you would like an instant quotation, simply enter the details of your parcel using the form above for our lowest available rates.
As with any international postage, it's vital that you check the contents of your parcels against current customs regulations both in the UK and Cameroon before you seal it closed. Sending items found on a country's prohibited or restricted goods list will result in delays, returns and possible fines for your recipient. In a worst-case scenario, your items may be seized and destroyed.
You will not be able to send high-value good to Cameroon through the mail, such as jewellery, precious metals or gem stones. Currency -both coins and banknotes - is also prohibited, as are hazardous chemical substances and radioactive materials. Cameroon officials will also refuse to accept worn clothing, which is seen to present a contamination risk.
Check with an official source before sending any items that you are unsure about; if they are listed as "restricted", rather than "prohibited", you may be able to send them under certain conditions. A permit, license or approval from a local authority may be needed, or a small quantity may be allowed if you can prove the goods are for personal use.