We pride ourselves on cheaply delivering parcels all over the world, you can book a parcel delivery to over 220 countries all over the world. The list below contains some of the hardest locations in the world for getting your packages delivered to.
Bishop Rock is the smallest island in the world with a building on it. This tiny island is nearly thirty miles from the Cornish coast. First set up in 1847 it was crucial to preventing shipwrecks along the North Atlantic shipping route.
While it is possible to access via boat, the area is notorious for huge waves so use of the helipad is your best bet for delivering parcels.
The Katskhi Pillar is found in Georgia and is only accessible via an iron ladder. Sat on top of the amazing pillar is a monastery, which is almost derelict now. In 2009 the Georgian government finished its restoration work on the old monastery.
Delivering a package here requires that you scale a rather high ladder so good grip and determination is vital.
Sealand has been the subject of so much dramas and so many headlines that you would expect it to be much more widely known. Invasions, gunfights and pirate radio have all found a home here and they even have their own football team.
Shipping packages here requires either a helicopter or a boat, so your options are unfortunately limited.
Tristan da Cunha
Tristan da Cunha is the most remote inhabited archipelago in the world. A breezy 1,500 miles away from Saint Helena, the nearest inhabited island. Tristan da Cunha found its ways into numerous novels even making it into one of Edgar Allan Poe’s books.
Its 262 residents must eagerly await their deliveries as the archipelago is simply so far away from anywhere else in the world.
The Kerguelen Islands
Photo by Varp / Public Domain
The Kerguelen Islands are located over 2,000 miles away from the nearest populated landmass (Madagascar) making it one of the most isolated places in the world. So renowned are these islands that they have earned the name the Desolation Islands.
As the only way to have any access to these islands is via ship, the up to 100 residents here do not regularly receive packages. But when they do, they are likely very relieved.