Parcel Delivery and Courier Services to Fiji
More than 300 islands make up the Oceanic country of Fiji. Blessed with a tropical climate and stunning palm-fringed beaches, the former British colony is a luxury holiday destination. Whilst it is a developed economy, with fish, forest and mineral resources as well as growing sugar exports to work with, it is tourism that brings in a lot of money and increases the demand for cheap parcel delivery to Fiji. Despite being more than 10,000 miles from the UK, a fair proportion of tourists are Brits and the country is part of the World Trade Organisation, which helps to keep its economy diverse. That said, the country still receives a lot of aid from around the world.
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Transport and Courier Routes in Fiji
The harbour city of Suva is the capital of Fiji and home to around 200,000 people in the urban area. This means that it is the main destination for a parcel courier to Fiji but other places like Lautoka, Nadi, Labasa, Ba and Levuka are also popular. When you send a parcel to Fiji you don’t need to worry about postcodes because they are not used and the address format is simply name, street, zone, city, country. In Fiji, the main modes of transport are buses, trucks and ferries as you get between the islands, although there are also two domestic airlines also in use. This gives tourists, the public and couriers good options for travel and parcel delivery.
Compare parcel delivery services to Fiji
Your parcel will make it to the South Pacific in super quick time when book a delivery service in Fiji with My Parcel Delivery. Our MPD International Export option gives you a 2-day service for a package up to a maximum 150cm in length and 30kg weight from £36.82 including VAT. The MPD International Drop-Off option gives you the chance to use a drop at your local Hermes ParcelShop for a 3-5 day service from just £29.63 including VAT. With both of these you get added features including £15 inclusive cover, notification emails and SMS alerts. [Prices correct as of 27/08/2015]