If you need to send a package to Colombia from the US, Parcel Monkey’s price comparison service will help you find the cheapest way to ship to Colombia, and book discounted courier services with renowned international couriers.
Whether you’re sending a single package or shipping several boxes to Colombia, by finding the best prices available at the touch of a button. It’s free to get a quote and you don’t even need to register. Simply enter the weight of your package into the quote bar at the top of this page to start comparing prices.
The cost of shipping to Colombia is determined by the size of your package, where you're shipping from, like the US and how quickly it needs to arrive.
Just get a quote to start shipping or keep reading to find out the best way to ship to Colombia from the US, for speed and price, customs requirements, delivery times and more.
If you're looking for the best way to ship to Colombia from the US, Parcel Monkey can help.
Whether you're looking for the cheapest way to ship to Colombia 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.
*Service availability may change depending on the size and weight of your package
How much to ship to Colombia?
You can send a package from the US to the Colombia from as little as $58.79 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 Colombia?
Delivery times from the the US to Colombia 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.
When sending a parcel to Colombia, the consignee will need to have their first name, surname and telephone number listed on the accompanying documentation. Furthermore, it should, ideally include a company letterhead if going to a business. Failure to do so is likely to delay customs clearance. You should also be aware that military equipment or even toys of war are prohibited and jewellery must go through a separate, official process.
Prohibited items include (but are not restricted to):
Animal products and skins
Drugs (prescription and non-prescription)
Foodstuffs, including grain samples
Parts, machine and electronic
Plants and plant products, including seeds
Products for personal care (deodorant/shampoo etc) from Venezuela