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Parcel delivery and courier service to Comoros


To all cities including: Moroni, Moutsamoudou, Fomboni and Domoni.

If you need to send any goods to the islands of Comoros then make your first port of call. The tiny archipelago in the Indian Ocean between Mozambique on the mainland and Madagascar features three main islands and many smaller islets.
We can deliver both business and personal belongings to the capital city of Moroni on Ngazidja, to the islands of Mwali and Nzwani, and to some of the other smaller settlements. This enables you to sustain any business interests you have in the region while also providing a stress-free platform to deliver items to friends and family who may be visiting as tourists or in permanent residence.

If you are looking to send goods to the Comoros, then our secure courier service costs from £43.06* (ex VAT) with a usual delivery time of 4-6 days*.


About Comoros

Comoros has no land borders and is nearest to Tanzania, the Seychelles and the nations that neighbour stretch of water known as the Mozambique Channel. When the contested island of Mayotte is not included (France still has administrative control as the island voted against independence in 1974), the islands are the third-smallest African nation and feature a whole host of different cultures thanks to its location at the crossroads of ancient trade routes.
The islands of the Comoros were formed by volcanic activity, with the shield volcano Mouth Karthala on Ngazidja one of the most active in the world. Three eruptions were recorded in the past 25 years, with the most recent of these occurring in 2005. Situated on Ngazidja is also a small patch of rainforest that is home to gibbons, lemurs and highly endangered fruit bats among many other species.
The climate of the islands is mainly tropical with two seasons distinguishable by their relative raininess – the drier of which is between May and November. Temperatures are high in the wetter months though and can average 30C in some months.
Agriculture is popular in the Comoros, with vanilla, cloves, coconuts, bananas and cassava all produced while perfume distillation and tourism provide further work and income for its residents.

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Your parcel is in safe hands when you send it with ipostparcels so there’s no need to worry. We offer a free, online parcel tracking system to give you full visibility of the parcel on its journey. And if that’s not enough to ease your mind, we provide £50 free extended cover on your item – you can choose to add extra cover if you wish.

How to package parcels to Comoros

ipostparcels can transport parcels up to 25kg in weight and 80x80x80cm max dimensions. If you’re sending something of reasonable size or weight, you might like to visit our help page on sending large and heavy parcels.

Although your parcels are likely to reach Comoros in only a number of days, we would still recommend taking the time to prepare and package it well for transit to ensure its delivered safely and intact.

See our handy international packaging guide for more packaging hints and tips on sending parcels to Comoros.

How safe will my parcel be?

From the time of collection (should you not be in, you can opt to leave your parcel in a safe place and our driver will collect it from there) to delivery, where it will be signed for by the recipient, we take good care of the items you send with us.

We also offer free online tracking to keep you fully updated on your parcel’s location, and provide £50 extended cover on your item as standard – you can choose to add extra cover for more valuable items if you wish.

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