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Cheapest way to ship to the Dominican Republic
Looking to send a package to the Dominican Republic from the US? Well, your in the right place, Parcel Monkey will help you compare shipping costs to the Dominican Republic from a variety of couriers to get you the best shipping rates.
The Dominican Republic has over 10 million residents and has the largest economy in the Caribbean region meaning the number of packages we see shipped from the US to Santo Domingo and beyond is huge.
The good news is, in just a couple of clicks, our shipping calculator provides you with instant quotes from reputable shipping companies, so you can compare prices, transit times and book discounted services all in one place. The results page allows you to compare all the options together and book the best option for you.
To find out more about shipping to the Dominican Republic from the US, just keep reading or get a quote to get started.
Best way to ship to the Dominican Republic
If you're looking for the best way to ship to the Dominican Republic from the US, Parcel Monkey can help.
Whether you're looking for the cheapest way to ship to the Dominican Republic or the fastest, our simple shipping calculator, will help you compare prices, delivery times and tracking information from a range of reliable courier companies.
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Customs advice for shipping to the Dominican Republic
When sending packages to the Caribbean you will need to provide the relevant Customs Documents on the outside of the package detailing a full description of the contents and the correct value. Dominican Customs officials indicate that the average clearance takes three days and any duty owed will need to paid for by the recipient, so it is vital to provide the correct contact details of the recipient.
An invoice is required to bring machines, appliances, spare parts, which may also be subject to taxes. Car, motor or other machine parts, Illegal drugs, Guns, explosives and ammunition, Pornographic or offensive materials, Statues, sacred paintings and other valuable artefacts over 100 years old unless travellers obtain a permit from the department of archaeology.