We have lots of courier services to Nepal 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 Nepal. 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|
|DPD Air Classic
Delivery in 6-9 days.
Delivery in 4-5 days.
|International Air Worldwide
Delivery in 3-4 days.
Nepal is Asian country that shares borders with India to the south and China to the north. Many do not recognise the scale of the country, both in terms of landmass as well as population - which now stand at an estimated 27 million. Nepal is more recognised, for the Himalayas, which are a feature of its northern border and is a great source of tourism.
Despite the fact that agriculture accounts for around three-quarters of domestic employment, this sector is diminishing in terms of national income.
We have some great shipping prices with DPD to deliver goods from the UK to Nepal, and they are considerably cheaper compared to using the Post Office.
Our prices allow you to send items up to 5kg via DPD to this destination and the transit time will be around 6-9 days.
For anything heavier, we have our own Air Express service for those who need their parcel to arrive quickly.
Much of the Nepali Customs website is in Hindi, whilst it is also not currently available.You can contact the DFID Nepal and learn more about shipping or trading there.
Alternatively, if you are able to email them at email@example.com, or call them on +977 01 4259793.
Its really hard tracking parcels since the dashboards dont seem to be up to date
very pleased to find a service that is swift and easy to use. Thank you for providing all customs forms etc to make it straightforward. On the other hand, I was disappointed to find the recipient at the Nepal end had to pay a handling fee - surely this could be anticipated ? (I accept that the local authorities may chose to impose Customs duties, but other expenses like "duty handling fee", "warehouse transit charge", "Customs Declaration Form" & "VAT" could surely be built into the fee paid by me, the consignor). I am sorry if it seems petty to complain about an additional charge of only 6% , but I view with suspicion the minute detail used to justify the charges at the overseas location.
Never heard of this Company until I had to send a parcel over to Nepal,it contained clothing and school equipment for an Orphanage in Kathmandu which I support,went to the Post Office and they said,£167 to send it,I was Gobsmacked,put a call out on our Village Facebook page and Parcel Monkey was mentioned so went to the site and was charged £100 LESS than P.O.I was sent the Documentation which I printed out and then put on the parcel,it was picked up from my home at 4pm on a Monday and then arrived at its destination on the Thursday,now that was good,it took two weeks for a small parcel to get there sent by Post Office,so the Orphanage got their Parcel of School Equipment and Clothing,would I recommend Parcel Monkey,absolutely YES,Thanks for the Back up as well in tracking the parcel,100% 5Star.
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you were efficient, kept the contract, delivered on time and were reasonable in cost
Very speedy delivery, many thanks
my sister in law was charged 1500 nepalese curency. i had paid a lot of money to send her presents. can you arrange she gets hwr miney back.
Narrow down collection times!