offers a range of express and economy delivery options, from the best Canary island delivery companies, including DHL, UPS & TNT. When you send a package to the Canary Islands from the UK, we help you compare prices and services from the best carriers and make sure you’re getting the cheapest rates along with speedy delivery.
And to make sure you get the best value for money, we also offer free enhanced cover of up to £50*, free door-to-door tracking and expert shipping advice specific to the Canary Islands – all included in your one great price.
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makes it simple to ship packages to the Canary Islands, and we also make it easy to find the very best rates for your needs. We work with the world’s best couriers to provide fantastic prices for you to compare, and let you choose the one that works best for you.
Everyone loves saving some money, and ParcelCompare’s parcel postage prices are up to 60% cheaper than the cost of booking direct. Premium courier shipping to the Canary Islands with a cheap price tag; using is a no brainer.
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Although we make it simple for you, shipping around the world is a complex task. carries thousands of packages every month, of all shapes and sizes, and we don’t even blink when faced with the bulkiest packages. With , it’s just as simple to send air freight and full pallets as it is a box of tasty holiday treats.
That’s the case whatever the direction, too. has bespoke import services that make it easy to ship from the Canary Islands to the UK, helping you find the best prices no matter the cargo.
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Economy Delivery – 6-8 Days
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Because the Canary Islands are part of the EU, shipments there are subject to the free movement of goods and people, which means that if you are sending a package from within the EU, you won’t have to pay duties or taxes. For parcels that originate outside the EU, there is an exemption for shipments worth less than €150, but parcels worth more will have fees applied during customs clearance.
In order to make sure that you pay the proper fees, be sure to fully declare the nature and value of the goods that you’re sending. If you do not, there may be delays or extra charges while your goods clear customs.
A journey of 1,000 miles starts with a single step, and when it comes to shipping internationally, that first step is getting your package out your front door. We can pick-up your parcel on the same day you book, unless you are shipping a large, heavy package. If that’s the case, just let us know a day in advance.
We also offer convenient drop-off locations at retailers across the UK, a really convenient option if you don’t want to have to wait home all day.
Deliveries are attempted between 9am and 7pm on normal working days – we don’t deliver on public holidays and weekends. We make 3 delivery attempts as standard on most services, but some economy services only make 1 delivery attempt.
If you can’t spend the day at home waiting for a parcel, or need your package to arrive before a certain time of day, you can choose to purchase one of our timed delivery services, which allow you to select a smaller window in which your parcel will be delivered.
You might be surprised about the route that your package takes on its way to the Canary Islands. You’ll be able to see every stop that it takes during the journey, so you can see just what it takes to ship a parcel across the world. Your tracking is updated in real time too, so you’re always up to date on exactly how your package is doing.
And if there is a delay or a problem in shipping your goods, you’ll be the first to know. We’ll get in touch with you and receiver to explain the problem, and what it might mean for your delivery.Learn more about tracking your Canary Islands delivery
Just like shipping a normal package to the Canary Islands, there is a total exemption from duties and taxes when you are making a shipment from inside the European Union. For gifts sent to the Canary Islands from outside the EU, there is an exemption for gifts worth less than €45 – gifts worth more than this may still be eligible for the low value exemption of €150.
To take advantage of this gift exemption, you must make it clear in your paperwork that your goods are being sent as a gift. You should also fully declare the nature and value of your goods.
Our couriers might not be competing in World’s Strongest Man any time soon, but we can still carry the biggest, heaviest parcels all around the globe. We work with specialty carriers to deal with parcels of up to 1,000kg in weight and as long as 270cm. We’ll do all the heavy lifting for you; all you need to do is book a day in advance and let us know if you have any special requirements for your shipment. You’ll also need to be on hand when your courier arrives to collect your package, just in case they need a hand.
Whether you’re sending bulky items of furniture by road freight via haulier, or an urgent commercial pallet of products by air freight, our specialist freight services can support your needs, both door-to-door and port-to-port.
When eating the delicious food on offer in the Canaries finally loses its lustre, makes it easy to search distant shores for something tasty. It’s just the same if you’d like to share your favourite treats with family or friends who live elsewhere; we can’t ship your homemade Conejo en salmorejo, but as long as it’s store bought, we make it simple.
All you need to do is keep the rules below in mind, and ship your goods as normal.
When you ship a package around the world, there’s always the risk of taking a bump or knock. To make sure that their packages are safe, some companies drop their packages from 10 feet in the air – you want your box to be able to take that much of a drop.
The very first line of defence for your goods is the box. A knight in cardboard armour might not do much, but a double corrugated box makes a big difference. Use a new box if possible; an old box may burst or be crushed in transit.
Each of your goods should be wrapped individually. Once they are safely wrapped, place them in your box and surround them with packaging materials. No part of your goods should be touching the walls of your box, and they should not move.
Proper packing tape can help protect your box’s weakest points. Protect the corners and seals of your box by wrapping three times around your package in a union flag pattern. Place your labels on your box so that all information is clearly visible.
You can send food by courier with . There are some extra rules about what you can ship however; you can’t send homemade goods – all your food shipments must be store bought and in original packaging.
That depends on the value. If you are sending from within the EU, you will not have to pay duties or taxes. For shipments from outside the EU, fees will not be applied to gifts worth less than €45 – gift shipments worth more than this will be treated as a normal package.
You can’t just send anything you like when you are shipping to the Canary Islands; some goods are not allowed to be shipped by courier. You can’t send certain kinds of battery, for example, as they risk exploding in transit. You can see a full list of banned items on ’s restricted goods list. There are also rules specific to the European Union about what is allowed, which you can see on our customs section above.
takes pride in working with businesses of all shapes and sizes – from eBay merchants to international corporations. For those focused on eBay, our special shipping calculator makes it simple to open your auctions to an international audience, and if you have more regular shipping needs, our bespoke business shipping services can help you save even more money.
Although it’s as simple to deliver to cities like Los Palmas as it is to take a holiday to them, it’s a bit more difficult if your destination is on a smaller island like El Hierro or Roque del Este. There may be delays or extra charges for delivery to these remote areas, but you won’t be taken by surprise – takes this into account when providing you with a quote.
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