Trinidad and Tobago are located in the Caribbean and known as the birthplace of steel drums. The islands official language is English and the national currency is the Trinidad and Tobago dollar. The country has just fewer than 1.5 million residents and the nation is known for its party-like atmosphere. The islands are one of the wealthiest nations in the Caribbean.
The country has one of the highest GDP's in the Caribbean a lot of the island's income comes from tourists as with many of the Caribbean islands. Agriculture also plays a big part in the local economy with many local residents producing a variety of citrus and cocoa products for the world.
Here are some examples of prices to send a parcel to Trinidad & Tobago. We have many options, so for a personalised quote please enter the weight of your item into the quote box below.
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Delivery in 10-14 days.
Delivery by Air in 3-4 days.
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Delivery in 2-3 days.
We see parcels being shipped from the UK to Trinidad and Tobago for a number of reasons including eCommerce, business consignments and personal belongings too. We offer a range of services either to ensure your parcel is delivered as quickly as possible or for the lowest possible price whilst always providing a reliable courier service.
Despite the distance between our two nations, we can normally expect to have your parcel delivered at its location between two and three days via our premium international courier partner DHL, whilst it we would expect your parcel to take an extra day to be delivered with our own economy Air Express service.
Prices will vary depending on the exact dimensions of your parcel, but for a package that weighs just 1kg, you should be prepared to pay around £32 for the economy service and £64 for the expatiated DHL offering.
If you need the most economical postage service to Trinidad and Tobago then we offer the TrakPak tracked mail service ideal for low-value items as the goods are delivered in a time frame of 10-14 working days.
Before you have booked and paid for your collection and shipping you should ensure that you have read, understand and comply with the local customs laws of the Customs and Excise Division of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. You should also be aware of the various duties and tax which may be payable.
It is essential that you provide a working local contact number in case Customs need to reach out to the recipient.
Restrictions and prohibitions relating to the importation of certain items include a variety of coins, camouflage, arms, toy guns, indecent and obscene prints and any items that infringe trademarks.
Port of Spain
(Opening hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday except for public holidays)
May be inexpensive but service was fantastic!!
Easy to follow online instructions and very helpful courier
As the parcel is yet to be delivered, final comments would be premature. However, collection and competitive price unrivalled.
all done on time on collections thank you
No complaints whatsoever. Easy to follow, good tracking and fast and efficient pick up & delivery. 5stars!!
I tracked the parcel from start to finish... Client received in record time and even arranged an out of hours delivery... Spot on service...
very good no problem
an email confirming delivery would be very useful