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Cheap UK shipping to the Mauritius

Parcel to Muaritius

Express and Economy Parcel Delivery to Mauritius from only £33.60

£50 free protection 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 Mauritius

Cheapest parcel courier service to Mauritius

ParcelHero makes sending a parcel to Mauritius a breeze. You can get a quote in seconds with our simple online quote form, and it only takes a few minutes until your booking is completed through our easy online booking wizard. We’ll only ask you for the details needed to ensure a smooth and successful delivery and we’ll also pleasantly surprise you with how little it costs.

Mauritius has some stunning beaches and beautiful weather, making it a popular destination for holidays. Many of our customers use our services to ship their excess luggage ahead of their holiday so that it is waiting for them at the hotel when they arrive. Aside from freeing up space in the car on the way to the airport, most passengers will benefit from saving money compared with the high excess baggage fees charged by some airlines.

We’ll find the best carrier for the area you are sending to and offer you a price with no hidden costs.


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How to pass Mauritian customs

Passing Mauritian customs is easy as long as you ensure that you meet the following conditions. If you are sending a gift valued below 1,000.00MUR to Mauritius there will be no customs duties or tax added. If you are sending a private parcel to someone, the value limit before charges is 500.00MUR.

Mauritius prohibits a selection of items from import which includes the following items:

  • Toy motorcycle helmets
  • Laser pens
  • "Manufactured articles bearing the name, address or trade mark of any manufacturer or dealer or the name of any place, calculated to impart to those articles a special character of manufacture which they do not actually possess"
  • Yoyo water balls

Items restricted from import include:

  • Motorcycle helmets
  • Lighters
  • Tubes and hoses

To learn more about what you can and cannot send to Mauritius, visit the official Mauritian customs site. Also, make sure you take note of what goods ParcelHero will not ship before you book a delivery.

Doing business in Mauritius

The island nation of Mauritius is roughly the same size as London and has great statistics for ease of doing business. The World Bank rates it as the 32nd easiest place to business in the world.

Due to it’s proximity to Africa and India, it is ideally located as a base between the two continents. The following sectors are ripe for UK business and investment:

  • Education
  • Energy
  • Financial services
  • Transport

The advantages to doing business in Mauritius include:

  • Sharing English as a language
  • Similar business and legal systems
  • Strong and stable government and legal system

Some disadvantages of doing business with the nation include:

  • Infrastructure needs improvement
  • Skilled workforce is lacking
  • Inflexible employment law

To learn more about doing business in Mauritius and the next steps you can take, visit the UK governments advice on the subject.

How to address a parcel to Mauritius

Mauritian addresses are unusual in that they are very simple. To address a parcel to Mauritius, follow the below example:

  • John Smith [Name]
  • Royal Road [Road]
  • Port St. Louis 11090 [locality (postcodes are often not used, but you can include them if your recipient suggests)]
  • Mauritius

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