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Parcel Delivery Service to Gambia

International Parcel DeliveryAfrica › Gambia

Gambia Overview
Delivery Time: 4 - 5 days express service
Price: From £21.50
Restrictions: Pornographic materials, meat, knives & blades.

4-5 days express service
Up to 25kg in weight. 80x80x80cm max in size.
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To all cities including Banjul, Brikama and Bakau.

Our 4-5 day service will ensure that your parcels reach Gambia from just £21.50. Whether it is for business or for personal use. Tracked from the moment it leaves you to arrival of the destination.

Why use ipostparcels:

  • 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 times



How to send a parcel to Gambia

1. Register as a customer
2. Login to your account
3. Enter your parcel details here

About Gambia


Gambia is the smallest country in mainland Africa and is surrounded by Senegal to all sides. The west side is coastal with a river inlet (the Gambia) that stretches its length and into Senegal’s mainland and west into the Atlantic Ocean.


It occupies an area of just 10,700 sq kilometres but is home to a staggering 1,900,000 inhabitants.
The Gambia shares historical roots with many of the mainland African countries and its location on the banks of the river Gambia, by the Portuguese and then the English, as a way of trafficking slaves out of Africa.


Independence was gained from England in 1965, and since has only had two rulers. A coupe in 1994 tested relations with the international community, especially the USA, who suspended most ‘non humanitarian’ assistance until 2002.


The main sources of income for the country are fishing, agriculture and a growing tourism trade. Despite this, over a third of the population live below the international poverty line.


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Packaging guidelines for Gambia parcels

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Our prohibited items list

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