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Parcel delivery to Pakistan

Parcel delivery to Pakistan from £45.95 Welcome to parcel delivery to Pakistan from Parcel2ship.co.uk. We have delivery options from DHL and Parcelforce and can deliver parcels up to 49Kg in weight. Use our "Quick Quote" option below to find the best delivery service for your parcel.

When you send a parcel to Pakistan, we will arrange for it to be collected from your UK address and will courier it to mainland Pakistan including all major cities such as Faisalābād, Gujrānwāla, Islāmābād, Karāchi and Lahore.


Customs documentation has to be prepared for deliveries to Pakistan. Click here for template customs documents.

Send Parcel to Pakistan Lying in the South Asian continent, Pakistan is one of the most densely populated countries on the planet. Sandwiched between the conflicting regions of South Asia, Central Asia and the Middle East, this crucial location makes Pakistan a hot bed for international politics as well as cultural developments.

Geographically speaking, its southern tip is flanked by the Arabian Sea. To its far east lies China while its western neighbors include Afghanistan and Iran. Tajikistan is another adjacent country to Pakistan from which it is separated by the Wakhan Corridor. As Pakistan carries out trade relations with these nations, parcel delivery to Pakistan is undertaken on a frequent basis. Furthermore, cheap parcel delivery and cheap courier service is available to and from this region. Its most prominent neighbour is India with whom it has had turbulent relations since its inception. The Pakistani landscape is dominated by the Punjab Plain across which runs the Indus River.

Despite its immense natural wealth and hard working labour force, the country has undergone tremendous economic and social difficulties. These problems have been brought on largely due to the political instability within the country. However, political analyst predicts a bright future for the country based on the flexibility of its optimistic population.

Another reason for the local people to be cheerful is that the Pakistan's tumultuous affairs have not endangered its tourism industry massively. Most visitors head to the northern pat of the country which contains some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in this region. Of these natural wonders, the standpoint is the K2 peak, otherwise known as Mount Godwin-Austen, which falls short of Mount Everest as being the highest mountain on the planet. This rough terrain is made passable by the construction of road and rail networks, thus aiding parcel delivery to Pakistan greatly.

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