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Send a Parcel To Colombia Fast - DHL Courier Delivery

  • Send a parcel to Colombia from £40.95 in 2 working days
  • Send letters, documents & parcels up to 25kg when dropping off, and up to 100kg when booking a courier collection
  • Real-time tracked & door-to-door delivery
  • Book a courier collection online or by calling DHL Customer Service - you’ll need to print parcel labels and customs documents; weigh and measure your own packaging
  • Pre 09:00, pre 12:00, and insurance services are available when booking a collection online or by phone  
  • Drop off at over 1,200 locations across the UK
  • No need to weigh, measure or print when dropping off your parcel and prices are determined by the size of the free box or envelope you choose and the zone that you’re sending it to

The Republic of Colombia is located in the Northwestern corner of South America, bordered by Panama, Venezuela, Brazil, Peru and Ecuador. Its varied geography includes lush rainforests, the Andean peaks, expansive plains and Caribbean coastlines. Colombian culture is rich in music, dance, and cuisine, reflecting its vibrant blend of indigenous, African and Spanish cultures. With bustling cities like the capital, Bogotá or the recently transformed hipster holiday destination, Medellín with its temperate climate all year round, and the capital of Salsa dancing, Cali as well as remote rural villages, Colombia offers visitors a multifaceted experience that encompasses both natural beauty and cultural diversity.

You can send a parcel to Colombia with DHL Express’ secure and fast delivery network, knowing that it will reach its destination safely and on time. Whether it's the historic city of Cartagena, known for its walled Old Town and beaches, or the scenic town of Salento, famous for its coffee estates and the towering wax palms of Valle de Cocora, DHL Express ensures prompt and safe delivery. DHL Express is one of the world’s leading courier services delivering to locations in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide, you can trust us with your parcel.

Sending a parcel to Colombia with DHL Express takes as little as 2 working days. We provide a door-to-door delivery service and ensure that parcels are signed for. You can also track your parcel’s journey for free online or via WhatsApp chat (WhatsApp calls are not supported), and you can do all this without opening a DHL account.

How do I send a parcel to Colombia?

Choose from three delivery options. If you would like to book a parcel collection, this can be done through our online DHLitNow service or by speaking to Customer Service. Alternatively, if you would prefer to drop off your parcel, you can use a DHL Service Point location. Simply complete your parcel details online, then pack your items into our free packaging provided and pay to send your parcel when in store.


National Holidays 2024*
  • 1 January, Monday - New Year’s Day
  • 8 January, Monday - Epiphany Holiday
  • 25 March, Monday - St Joseph’s Day
  • 28 March, Monday - Maundy Thursday 
  • 29 March, Friday - Good Friday
  • 1 May, Wednesday - Labour Day
  • 13 May, Monday - Ascension Day Holiday
  • 3 June, Monday - Corpus Christi Holiday 
  • 10 June, Monday - Sacred Heart Day
  • 1 July, Monday - Feast of St Pete and St Paul
  • 20 July, Saturday - Independence Day
  • 7 August, Wednesday - Battle Boyacá Day

* Public holidays in Colombia may affect our estimated transit times.

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Tracking number not 10 digits? Track your shipment on the DHL eCommerce UK (formerly DHL Parcel UK) website! 

Colombia country facts
  • With coastlines on both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, Colombia is the only South American country to enjoy this dual maritime advantage.
  • Colombia is the second most biodiverse country in the world, only after Brazil. The country has the highest amount of species by area in the world, that includes more species of birds than North America and Europe combined. 
  • There are native pink dolphins in the waters of Colombia, these Amazon freshwater dolphins have a very distinctive pink hue to their colouring.
  • Colombia is one of the world’s largest coffee exporters with over 500,000 coffee-farming families located all over Colombia. It is also the world’s leading source of emeralds, and the country's mineral wealth also extends to significant coal and oil reserves.
  • The diverse music scene of Columbia ranges from cumbia and vallenato, traditional coastal music, to salsa and modern reggaeton. This rich musical heritage is celebrated across the country, particularly at festivals like the Vallenato Legend Festival in Valledupar. The country’s vibrant music scene has produced the superstar singer Shakira and the timeless voice of Juanes.
  • Colombia is famously the homeland of Gabriel García Márquez, one of the most significant authors of the 20th century. His works, particularly "One Hundred Years of Solitude", which is a cornerstone of magical realism, have left a profound impact on both Colombian and global literature.
  • Originally named New Granada under Spanish rule, the region gained independence in 1819 and was renamed Gran Colombia by Simón Bolívar, in honour of the explorer Christopher Columbus. The state of Gran Colombia eventually dissolved, leading to the creation of several new countries, including the Republic of New Granada. In 1886, following several name changes and reorganisations, the country adopted its current name, the Republic of Colombia, reflecting both its historical and revolutionary heritage.

We will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Please call us on

0844 248 0828**

Our opening hours are 07:30 - 20:00 Monday to Friday and 08:00 - 14:00 on Saturday.

** Calls to DHL Express UK phone numbers beginning ‘084’ cost 7 pence per minute, plus your phone company's access charge.