Send a Parcel to Cuba

Parcel to Cuba

Great rates on delivery to Cuba, from just £27.79

£50 free cover as standard* *excluding Hermes deliveries

Collection or drop-off at a local shop anytime

Track your parcel from door-to-door

Send bulky or heavy items weighing up to 1,000kg

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Cost of delivery services to Cuba

Cheap parcel courier service to Cuba

Save money and quickly compare delivery services to Cuba with ParcelHero. We make it easy to find great prices on express and economy delivery to Cuba with the world's most reliable couriers.

Compare costs, book a delivery and track its progress, all in one place. And if you're sending to Cuba, you'll get £50 free cover as standard* on your shipment too, so you can enjoy peace of mind.

Simply fill out the quick quote form at the top of this page and we'll show you the cheapest services with transit times and prices.

Delivery to Cuba takes between 3-6 days pending customs clearance. Some parts of the country are considered to be remote areas and it may take longer to reach these locations. A small surcharge is applied to the price that we will quote you, to take account of the additional fuel required to reach a more remote area, which is why you might find these destinations are a little more expensive to deliver to than larger towns.

*excluding Hermes deliveries


Simple to send a parcel to Cuba


Many options for Cuba to UK delivery

How to pass customs in Cuba

If the contents of your parcel's declared worth is $30 or more then it will be subject to duty and taxes when it reaches the Cuban border. Customs will calculate the amount owed and bill the receiver, ParcelHero has no part in this process.

When you send a parcel to any country, you must make sure that the items you are sending are not prohibited from entry. Some of the more unusual items that you either cannot send to Cuba or may need special permissions to send include wireless microphones, electric irons, wireless fax equipment, air conditioners and electric water heaters.

It is also important to note that the value of the items you are sending cannot exceed 200 Pesos. To learn more about shipping to Cuba, visit the official Cuban customs authority website, also read through ParcelHero's list of prohibited items.

Doing business in Cuba

The Cuban government controls around 90% of the Cuban economy and employs 85% of the population.

Advantages to doing business in Cuba include:

  1. English is widely spoken
  2. Great location between the Caribbean and Central America

Disadvantages of doing business in Cuba include:

  1. All sales are heavily regulated
  2. Complex bureaucratic process
  3. Frequent payment delays
  4. To learn more about doing business in Cuba visit the Exporting is Great website

How to address your parcel to Cuba

Cuban addresses can be fairly complicated so check with your recipient before you make a booking. Your address should follow the example below:

  • John Smith [Recipient]
  • Ave Independencia, 19 de Mayo y Aranguren [Street address]
  • Habana 8 [Region]
  • CP 60667 CIUDAD HABANA [Postcode + city]
  • CUBA

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