We have lots of courier services to Madagascar available to buy online. This includes options where you drop-off your parcel at a local shop or Post Office, and others that are collected by the courier directly from your home or work.
Simply use the 'Instant Quote' box to the right to get a price for sending your parcel.
Here are some examples of prices to send a parcel to Madagascar. We have many options, so for a personalised quote please enter the weight of your item into the quote box below.
|Courier Service||Price from|
Delivery in 14-21 days.
Delivery in 4-5 days.
|International Air Worldwide
Delivery in 3-4 days.
The Republic of Madagascar is reportedly the world's oldest islands and the source of much of the world's finest chocolate. Although many nations have borders with the Indian Ocean such as South Africa, Oman and Indonesia, very few are completely contained within it. Those that do include Comoros, Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles and Sri Lanka.
The island nation almost went bankrupt in 1982 and had its IMF financial support suspended in 1991 due to political turmoil, however, thankfully this was reinstated in 2004 with half of their debt being written off. Although progress is being made a significant proportion still lives below the national poverty line of just $1 per day. They do, however, apparently have half of the world's supply of sapphires.
When it comes to sending parcels to Madagascar it would take a respectable four to five days to reach the island on our Â£28.29 service via Parcel Monkey Air Express or three to four days on our Â£59.95 service via DHL - for a light parcel. If your parcel is heavier you can expect to pay Â£56.69 and Â£199.95 respectively for a 10kg parcel. We do have other restrictions in terms of length, width, height etc., but those prices should give you an approximation of what you could expect.
When looking at how easy it is to send parcels into the country it should be worth noting that the Malagasy government does earn significant revenues from taxes and duties on imports. We also expect that you will need a Bordereau de Suivi des Cargaisons, commercial invoice, bill of landing or air way bill, a packing list, import declaration and certificate of origin.
There are restrictions on the importation of tobacco leaf and vanilla as well as the usual narcotics, explosives, gemstones and precious metals.
If you would like to contact a local representative then try:
Mr. Vola Razafindramiandra Ramiandrasoa
Director General of Customs
Ministry of Finance, Budget and Economy
Antaninarenina, Antananarivo 101
Tel: (261 20) 22 229 16
Fax: (261 20) 22 646 80
a very easy and reasonable way to send parcels abroad
we have not received the parcel yet
excellent service every time i use them
on time, reliable and best prices out there! would definitely recommend their service!
Although parcel monkey is a great site to compare delivery costs, I was disappointed when an item had been paid for to collect and no one turned up (yes it is down to the provider I chose but Parcel Monkey were not helpful when trying to track down why the parcel was not collected. Would have liked some support.
Quick and easy.