Save time and money shipping to Kenya with Parcel Monkey. You can find the cheapest way to send a parcel to Kenya, by comparing prices and booking a discounted courier through our courier price comparison service.
Here are some examples of prices to send a parcel to Kenya. We have many options, so for a personalised quote please enter the weight of your item into the quote box below.
As eCommerce and the use of mobile grows around the globe, so does the need for reliable courier services to handle the goods. With big name couriers can come big prices, so we aim to provide customers who book online via our quote engine the very best courier services at the best prices. We help thousands of customers everyday book a delivery service for not just goods bought online, but gifts, personal belongings and more, so the couriers we work with giving us lower rates than a single shipper could get directly.
Kenya is a market primed for growth when it comes to eCommerce, so when you have an item to send to this destination be sure to get an accurate quote via our simple quote tool.
We offer a wide range of cheap courier services so that you can send a parcel with full tracking for a great price.
If you are looking for the cheapest way to send a parcel there, then our economy courier services will meet your requirements. Slightly slower than an Express option, but perfect for those looking to keep within a budget, or for goods that are not time sensitive or urgent the Economy services we offer include Asendia Worldwide Parcels and TrakPak.
The other economy service we have is TrakPak which is a product made to break down the borders of cross-border shipping for the world of eCommerce. You can book them online via our quote engine for just under £26, and they will get the parcel delivered in 9-11 days.
The best of both worlds can be found using our very own Parcel Monkey Air Express service. This is a fully tracked hybrid service, that will deliver your parcel to cities such as Nairobi and Mombasa, and the rest of the country too in just 3 days! The parcel will be collected from a home or work address by Parcelforce or DX if the goods are large, and then sorted and dispatched via a Freight Forwarder at Heathrow. They then get delivered to the recipient by DHL.
Now this service is hugely popular because you can book it from just £32.42 at the time of writing, and it is an Air Express service that takes just one to two days longer than DHL, but for half the price! Not only this, you can send bulky or large boxes with this product and this will save you even more money. A heavy parcel weighing 40kg will set you back only £186.57 compared to the DHL Express service which is over £500.
Parcelforce is another courier service that handles parcels leaving the UK, their Priority International service starts from £65.19 and you can opt for a collected service from home or work, or drop the parcel off at your local Post Office, with a prepaid label printed and attached from our website.
It's never been easier to save money on sending parcels. In a matter of seconds, we can find you a whole range of courier services to match your delivery timeframe expectations and budget. All you need to do is put in your parcel dimensions into the quote engine, plus the destination you want to ship to. Then choose a courier to deliver the goods. Once you have chosen this, you can set a day for the courier to come and collect and we provide the customs form in an easy to fill out booking process, so you can complete the process step by step in minutes. We then send you the shipping label and customs documents to print and attach to the box. A courier will then come and take it from you, and you can track it on our website via your PM order number.
Any questions or doubts contact us via our Live Chat tool or leave us a message on your Parcel Monkey account and we will be happy to help!
While some countries make it hard to discern exactly what products can and cannot be shipped through their borders, Kenya publishes a straightforward and easy to understand list of prohibited and restricted imports. This list is made available through their Revenue Authority. Prohibited items include counterfeit money, pornographic material, some types of matches, certain essential oils, narcotic drugs, specific industrial and agricultural chemicals, hazardous waste and counterfeit products.
In addition to the prohibited products, there are restrictions on other types of imports. These restrictions apply to shipments that include:
The full and informative list of Kenyan restrictions can be found here.
Anything that is sent must comply with labelling laws that are administered by the Kenyan Bureau of Standards. Because the United Kingdom is such a strong trading partner, it is possible to obtain proper accreditation locally. Kenya licenses two British companies to inspect products and issue proper certifications for import. The main purpose of this program is to ensure that no substandard goods enter the country.
Besides these requirements, Kenya remains quite open and easy to work with, especially for strong trading partners like the United Kingdom. The country encourages a strong relationship with British companies, both in importation and investment. This makes importing here quite straightforward.
Until 1963, Kenya was under the umbrella of British leadership. The country became independent at that time but was largely dominated by a single political party with strong leadership. This continued well into the 1980s when multiple parties began to vie for power and influence in the Kenyan government. While this led to a more open and diverse policy, it also caused civil unrest as rivals fought over who would be in control of the African nation. By 2002, Mwai Kibaki ended up ahead, leading the nation into a new era of increased prosperity. Surprisingly, Kenya actually has the highest GDP in the immediate region.
As a trading power, Kenya has a lot to offer. The United Kingdom has always been one of it's most important trading partners, a fact that has remained since independence. Located on the equator, it has a beautiful and mild climate with stunning landscapes, making it a mecca for tourism. This industry accounts for about two-thirds of the GDP, with a good portion of visitors coming from Britain and surrounding European nations. Agriculture remains a major part of the economy, with the country producing major crops of tea, coffee, flowers, corn, cotton, sugar cane and tropical fruits, whilst it also has strong financial and manufacturing sectors.
Competitive prices. Helped out when there was a problem with delivery abroad. Customer Service good with quick replies and chasing up with courier. Will use again.
Excellent, fast and efficient service from UK to Nairobi, Kenya.
Easy to use and great service.
Tracking is problem at the delivery point kenya
Maybe because of covid 19 it took some time to reach destination (arrived 1st August)then had to pay import duty
reliable. good price.
No issues - great price and very helpful on line team Will be using them again