The largest country in South America and its most important hub, Brazil is a popular destination for tourists and business visitors alike. Famous for its extravagant carnival, its stunning nature, and of course its world-beating football team, it is a country with an ever-growing expat community, attracted by the great weather and relaxed lifestyle.
As the number of foreign-born residents in Brazil increases so does the number of parcels making the transatlantic journey from Europe. Brazil's status as a hub means that it's also used for people sending parcels to other South American countries like Colombia and Peru. Whatever your reason for sending a parcel, ParcelBroker offers a cheap, reliable and secure service. Once your parcel is in our hands, you can rest assured that it will make the long journey to South America safely and quickly.
Do I need to deal with customs when I send a parcel to Brazil?
Yes. Any parcel that travels from the UK to a non-EU destination will need to pass through customs on arrival. Be aware that Brazilian customs have been known to apply high import taxes to many packages. It is essential that you complete all the paperwork correctly to keep taxes to a minimum and ensure that your parcel arrives at its destination in a timely fashion. ParcelBroker will help you with all the documents that you need to ensure that your parcel clears Brazilian customs without problems.
How much will I save?
ParcelBroker offers savings on major companies like Royal Mail, but prices vary depending on your choice of courier, and the size and weight of the parcel. Use our calculator tool to get an instant quote.
If you send your parcel through ParcelBroker, you will find prices starting from as little as £27.37. Prices will, of course, vary depending on which of our options you choose. You will need to decide if you want an express choice to ensure that your parcel gets to Brazil as quickly as possible, or you'd rather go for an economy option. Either way, our prices will remain low and our standard of services will stay high.
What items are restricted or banned from being sent to Brazil?
Brazil has a list of items which are prohibited from being sent into the country. You may need to contact HM Revenue and Customs for a complete list, but as well as the international standards, some items which are banned from Brazil include: