Send a parcel to Morocco from only £24.50




Morocco joins Spain and France as one of the three countries in the world with both a Mediterranean and an Atlantic coastline. It perches along the northwestern coastline of the African continent, making it a vital port into the mainland for countries like the UK and the USA. Its largest city, Casablanca, is Morocco’s chief port. As one of the most important cities in Africa, it sees a huge amount of shipping to Morocco every day.

Parcel delivery to Morocco doesn’t have to be difficult, though. Here at DPDLocal-Online, we work hard on your behalf to get you cheap parcels all over the world while promising great service, thanks to our extensive network. Whatever you’re posting to Morocco, you’ll send it cheapest with us!

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Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Morocco?

Before sending to Morocco, you’ll need to complete a customs declaration for your parcel. Not to worry, though — we’ve made it really straightforward. Once you’ve booked your order with us, we’ll send you the documents you need along with your label. You just print them off, fill them in, and attach them. Easy!

How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Morocco?

Postage to Morocco starts from as little as £24.50 if you book through DPDLocal-Online. 

How should I address my parcel for delivery to Morocco?

Morocco post have outlined a few rules for addressing parcels for delivery to Morocco, including no punctuation from the second line onwards to the size of the character fonts. 

Sound complicated? Don’t worry — the Universal Postal Union have put together this addressing guide for Morocco for you to refer to. 

What items can I send?

There are certain goods that won’t be permitted for entry into Morocco under any circumstances, including:

  • Arms and ammunitions
  • Illegal drugs
  • Print matter deemed immoral or liable to cause a breach of the peace
  • Passports

You can find more information about Morocco’s import regulations by getting in touch with HM Revenue and Customs. It’s also worth referring to our prohibited items page for a list of goods not permitted for transport by our couriers.

Where can I find more information?

If you need any more information, you’ll find plenty of helpful stuff at our online Help Centre There you can browse our FAQ guides — covering everything from packaging tips to international shipping advice — or talk to one of our friendly advisors via the chat window.

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