Although Sri Lanka is an island, it's well connected and renowned for its export trade, so when it comes to sending parcels to destinations such as Colombo and Kotte it's relatively straightforward and you'll find that most of the big couriers will ship there.
If you need a courier quote for shipping to Sri Lanka, then you're in the right place. Parcel Monkey gathers quotes from multiple couriers so you don't have to. We'll help you compare prices and delivery times and book the service that's right for you. What's more, when you get a quote through our free shipping calculator, you'll automatically benefit from our discounted rates.
If you're looking for the best way to ship to Sri Lanka from the US, Parcel Monkey can help.
Whether you're looking for the cheapest way to ship to Sri Lanka or the fastest, our simple shipping calculator, will help you compare prices, delivery times and tracking information from a range of reliable courier companies.
The following services are best for speed and price.
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How much to ship to Sri Lanka?
You can send a package from the US to the Sri Lanka from as little as $31.44 when you book online with Parcel Monkey. Simply get a quote through our shipping calculator to compare prices from a range of couriers.
How long does it take to ship to Sri Lanka?
Delivery times from the the US to Sri Lanka can vary between 1-3 business days for a standard or express service to 14-21 for an economy service. Generally you'll pay less for services with longer delivery times.
Import Restrictions for shipping to Sri Lanka are not always clear as to what items fall under the prohibited and restricted categories.Sri Lanka provides more information about their various customs departments than they do on differentiating what items are actually approved for importation. The standard prohibited items include chemicals, batteries, gas, ice, infectious substances, paint, poison, radioactive material and flammable items. However, it is unclear whether these are general prohibitions or whether Sri Lanka makes distinct rules regarding these items. Sri Lanka does publish a list of regulations that pertain to the importation of goods. These are probably the clearest rules pertaining to import restrictions and cover products such as: live fish, fish products, ceramic products, foreign money, passenger baggage, ozone-depleting substances, animals, animal products, food, bottled water, coconut products, plants and cosmetics.