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Send parcels to Tunisia

Parcel to Tunisia

Express and Economy Tunisian Parcel Delivery from only £25.19

£50 free insurance on every order

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 Tunisia

Cheap parcel courier services to Tunisia

No matter what you’re looking to send, whether it is gifts for family occasions or important business documents, ParcelHero can find you exactly the right service at the right price for parcel delivery to Tunisia.

We make it easy to compare delivery prices and services to Tunisia with couriers you can trust, and you also get £50.00 of free cover with every delivery*.

Transit times for packages sent to Tunisia are between 3 and 5 days, depending on where in the country the item needs to be delivered and the kind of service that you choose. There are some areas of Tunisia that are considered more remote than others – outside of the major towns and cities such as Tunis and Sousse – and transit times may be slightly longer for these locations. A small surcharge is added to the cost for remote deliveries, but this is factored into the price from the start so the costs are clear.

Export

Easily send parcels to Tunisia with ParcelHero

Import

Simple shipping from Tunisia to the UK

Passing Tunisian customs

Parcel delivery to Tunisia requires customs clearance as the country is not part of the EU. You will need to include a customs invoice with your package to enable customs clearance – the ParcelHero website will generate this for you at the end of the process and all you have to do is print it off and attach it to your parcel.

Whatever item you send to Tunisia will be subject to customs duty and taxes. As these are charged by the local government – and not by us – ParcelHero cannot include these in the shipping quote.

It is important to make sure that you’re not sending any items that are banned or restricted from import into the country, as this could mean your parcel is delayed, or even destroyed by local customs. Tunisia prohibits the import of a wide range of goods across the border including:

  • Animal skins
  • Antiques
  • Film
  • Jewellery
  • Playing cards
  • Bank cards
  • Body Building Health Supplements
  • Any item offensive to the Muslim culture

The official Tunisian Customs website is currently in French only, but has more information on importing into the country.

Doing business in Tunisia

The Tunisian economy is growing slowly but surely, Tunisia is likely to be an African trade hotspot in the near future. The Tunisian economy is currently in a period of recovery, the areas where there is great potential for UK investment and trade include financial services, energy and IT.

Advantages to doing business in Tunisia include:

  1. Great trade agreements with neighbouring countries
  2. Not far from the UK via plane

Disadvantages to doing business in Tunisia include:

  1. Corruption
  2. Declining foreign investment
  3. It has become progressively harder to do business over the years

To learn more about business opportunities in Tunisia visit the Exporting is Great site.

Addressing your parcel to Tunisia

Addresses in Tunisia vary from place to place, but they will follow a similar format. If in doubt, double check the address you have with your recipient. Your address format should follow the example below:

  • John Smith [Recipient]
  • 16 Avenue Bourguiba [Street address]
  • 8170 Bou Salem [Postcode + locality]
  • Tunisia

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