Parcel delivery to the Philippines
Welcome to parcel delivery to the Philippines from Parcel2ship.co.uk. We have delivery options from DHL and Parcelforce and can deliver a package 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 the Philippines, we will arrange for it to be collected from your UK address and will courier it to the Philippines including all major cities such as Manila, Bacolod, Cagayan, Cebu and Davao.
Customs documentation has to be prepared for deliveries to the Philippines. Click here for template customs documents.
Parcel delivery to Philippines with Parcel2ship.co.uk puts your package where it belongs and moreover, well in time. Send parcel to Philippines from the United Kingdom is effectively accomplished with a helping hand from DHL and Parcelforce worldwide and their parcel tracking services.
The Republic of Philippines is made up of 7,107 islands that are sparsely inhabited due to the geographical location of the islands. Most of the population lives on the main islands of Luzon, Mindanao, Samar, Negros, Palawan, Panay, Mindoro, Leyte, Cebu, Bohol and Masbate. Thanks to the lush waters, beautiful coral reefs and enchanting marine life on the islands, tourism on the islands is alive and kicking. A high percentage of the visitors to the Philippines Islands arrive from Europe especially from its western region like the United Kingdom and similar places. Send parcel to Philippines from the UK as there are excellent international courier services to take care of all your package shipping issues.
Because of the diverse tropical scenery on island that includes luxuriant rainforests, jagged mountain cliffs and clear-blue waters, eco-tourism is a popular among the outsiders. Adventure tours specialize in canopy walking, trekking and mountaineering. Other much enjoyed activity among the locals as well as people who are on holiday is whale and dolphin watching which takes place in the Tanon Strait that is situated near the Bohol Island.
On the downside, however, the island has not properly developed the infrastructure with the railway system and other transportation projects still in the pipe line.
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