Next Day, UK Parcel Delivery from £1.99* (ex VAT)

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Next Day, UK Parcel Delivery from £1.99* (ex VAT)

International delivery from 2+ days*

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Parcel delivery and courier service to Kenya

When you need to send a parcel to Kenya, sending it with ipostparcels means you’ll benefit from our many years of delivery experience. We have some of the best people in the industry transporting our consignments, and with a 3 day worldwide air service from collection or drop off, you can be sure to have it arrive quickly and safely, in the same condition as it was sent.

To all cities and towns including; Nairobi, Bungoma County, Mombasa, Kwale County, Nakru, Kismu, Eldoret, Ruiru, Nyeri, Malindi and more…

Looking for a courier service to Kenya from the UK? Look no further than ipostparcels for the best price and convenience, from booking to delivery. All you need to do is register with us, which only takes a few minutes, then you’re free to book your parcel via our simple to use website – its so easy to use and allows you to arrange for collection from your home or work and delivery in just a few days.

If you book online before midnight, one of our friendly drivers will collect your parcel the very next day – or on a day to suit you - and we’ll deliver it to its destination in 3 days with our speedy worldwide air service. We give free contents cover to the value of £50 as standard on all international deliveries, free online tracking and with what we believe are some of the best prices you can find for delivery to Kenya.

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Your parcel will travel over 5,000 miles, be delivered in 3 days* and will cost as little as £43.06* (ex VAT).

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How much will it cost?

We’re proud of our international parcel delivery prices, and keep our rates for sending to Kenya as low as possible, with collection and delivery from just £44.36* (ex VAT). You can also drop your parcel off at one of our 50+ nationwide depots and save an additional £1.30. Take a look below for at-a-glance up to date costs for courier services for small and medium sized parcels.

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1kg Parcel Delivery to Kenya

From £46.43* (ex VAT)

5kg Parcel Delivery to Kenya

From £63.39* (ex VAT)

10kg Parcel Delivery to Kenya

From £84.59* (ex VAT)

25kg Parcel Delivery to Kenya

From £148.19* (ex VAT)

How long will it take to deliver?

Not only do we offer some of the cheapest courier services from the UK to Kenya, it’s fast as well – even to the east coast of Africa, you can still expect delivery to take just 3 days*. Note that we always aim to deliver your items within these timescales, sometimes it can take longer for your parcel to arrive, especially to more remote area of the country.

Remember, to ensure the quickest delivery possible, you should also be aware of what you can and can’t send in the post – all items will need clearance through Customs, so ensure you label everything clearly and correctly to avoid any unnecessary delays and costs. See [below for more information on Kenyan customs].

Please note – national and local holidays which may affect delivery times to Kenya:
Jan 1 / Mar 30 / Apr 2 / May 1 / Jun 1, 15 / Aug 22 / Oct 10, 20 / Nov 7 / Dec 12, 25, 26 

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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.

Do I need to deal with Kenyan customs?

For any parcel heading outside of the EU, you’ll need to fill out a customs form. This tells the Customs Agents in the destination country about the contents of your package so they can process it correctly.

As with most international postings, when you send a parcel to Kenya from the UK, there are sometimes additional customs duties and import taxes that need to be paid, depending on the contents.  When preparing your package, include an inventory describing all the contents to comply with these legislations.

Sending personal effects to Kenya requires additional declaration by using a pro-forma invoice showing an itemised list of the contents with individual values. It’s important that this invoice is written in English. It has the same requirements as the commercial invoice but does not need to be on letter-headed paper. Note that any new items declared under personal effects are subject to duties and the receiver’s passport is required for clearance.

If this sounds like a challenge, don’t worry - when you book your delivery with ipostparcels, we will provide you with all the correct forms you need to help your parcel through both UK and Kenyan customs.

HM Revenue & Customs has more information on tax and customs considerations for Kenya.

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What items can't I send to Kenya?

Before booking your courier service to Kenya, please check that all the items you’re planning on sending are allowed; sometimes regular, every day products to us in the UK are in fact restricted or prohibited to send to other countries. Kenya has several items that fall into this category, as such, we advise to re-check the regulations every time you send a parcel, as the regulations can change.

For more information on restricted and prohibited items for Kenya– visit the Kenya Revenue Authority website.

Products such as alcohol, fresh (perishable) foodstuffs and narcotics are not only prohibited to send to Kenya, they’re also on the ipostparcels prohibited list - take a look at the full list before you prepare to send your parcel. In the meantime, some examples of items you can’t post to Kenya include:

Restricted and Prohibited Goods


Illegal and dangerous



Meat, poultry and fish

Drugs and chemicals Most animal bones, horns, teeth and other by-products

Eggs and dairy

Hazardous waste Soaps or cosmetics containing mercury


Weapons and explosives Counterfeit money; notes and coins

Please be aware that we also have our own prohibited items list, in addition to country-specific restrictions.

How to package parcels to Kenya

Depending where in the UK you send from, the journey your parcel will take to Kenya is around 5000 miles – which is a fair distance! It’s also why we advise taking extra care when getting your parcels ready for transport. All parcels will go through a number of depots with both manual handling and automated sorting machines, not to mention the road and air transit routes to get all the way to Eastern Africa.

We’ll carry parcels up to 25kg in weight and 70x70x70cm max in size, but no matter what the size or weight, always use a strong outer box to send your items in and don’t overfill it. Remember also to use a lightweight cushioning material to help protect the contents from moving around too much in transit and becoming damaged.

For further advice on how best to prepare you parcels for international delivery, take a look at our handy International packaging guide.

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How safe will my parcel be?

We pride ourselves on our excellent courier services we offer around the world, right from your first quote to the moment your parcel arrive in your recipient’s hands. We also take the responsibility of delivering parcels very seriously, so don’t worry about your package arriving in Kenya safely, it’s in good hands. You’ll have full visibility of your parcel on its journey, for free, as standard with our online tracking service – and we provide free £50 extended contents cover on all International items, with the option to upgrade to extra cover if the value of your parcel is more than that.


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