Parcel Delivery & Courier Services To Rwanda

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Rwanda Overview 

Delivery Time: 3-4 Days By Air

Price: From £21.50
Restrictions: Pornographic material, narcotics, arms and ammunitions. 

3-4 days economy service
Up to 25kg in weight. 80x80x80cm max in size.
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To all cities including: Kigali, Butare, Gitarama and Cyangugu.

Although links with Rwanda and the Western world are not particularly strong, you may still know people in the African nation and wish to send packages to them. can aid you in your quest to send goods with a dependable courier service.
Serving the mountainous country that sits just south of the Equator, it’s possible to deliver parcels to the capital Kigali, found in the centre of Rwanda. Alternatively you can send goods to Gisenyi, Ruhengeri and Byumba in the north, Kimbungo in the east, Butare in the south or Cyangugu in the west.
All quotes are exclusive to your needs and are not found via any comparison websites. You can send a package to Rwanda for as little as £21.50 which usually takes 3-4 days.



With any parcel sent to Rwanda the following comes as standard

  • Free Collection -  From home or work
  • Free £50 cover – Additional cover can be added
  • Online Booking – You can book your parcel in for collection right now
  • Online Tracking – Know exactly where your parcel is
  • Delivery Notifications – For both you and your recipient
  • 5 Star rated courier – See our reviews here
  • Cheapest price - Best price for short delivery time

About Rwanda


Traces of modern human life in Rwanda dates from the last glacial period, with archaeological digs unearthing evidence of hunter gatherers in the region during the late Stone Age. A larger Iron Age population likely followed, based on pottery and tools found in the country.

Now Rwanda shares borders with Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Found in the area of the African Great Lakes, the country is highly mountainous and is dissected by many different rivers. A subtropical climate brings with it two rainy seasons and two dry seasons every year.

Colonised by Germany in 1884 as part of the Struggle for Africa, Rwanda was then invaded by Belgium during the First World War. Independence for the region came in 1962. However, conflict between the Tutsi and Hutu peoples of the country continued for many years, finally ending in 1994.

Subsistence agriculture forms the basis of the economy, with coffee and tea particularly strong exports. Tourism meanwhile is growing rapidly, with people flocking to see mountain gorillas – Rwanda is one of just two places in the world where they can be viewed in the wild safely.

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Please note if you do not select the “signature required” delivery option, UKMail will not be liable should your items be subsequently lost or damaged after the delivery (see clause 11.7 of the Terms & Conditions). *We define a “Parcel” as a package with dimensions up to 80cm x 80cm x 80cm and a weight of up to 25kg.

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