Parcel delivery to Wallis & Futuna Islands
Shipping parcels to the Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands can be a bit tricky, to put it lightly. Their location in the South Pacific make it an out of the way island territory and the fact that it only has about 15,000 residents means that it has not had the demand built up to cultivate a more rich delivery system there. There are two airports in the Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands. The one on Wallis is a paved runway of a sizeable distance and it is the one that accepts deliveries mainly. The other is an unpaved runway that is some distance shorter located on the Futuna Island and typically does not receive much in the way of parcel deliver. There are two harbors in use in the territory but they typically only receive two passenger boats and one petroleum vessel as opposed to ocean cargo freight liners.
Parcel preparation when delivering to Wallis & Futuna Islands
If you need help preparing your parcel before you ship it to the Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands, you should talk to your shipping company. They will have suggestions on how to pack your goods and may even have shipping supplies, like boxes and shipping tape, that can help you. Some companies may even offer to package your items for you at no additional charge. You will want to make sure you have your paperwork filled out before you send your parcels off as well.
Parcel transit times to Wallis & Futuna Islands
Based on the sheer difficulty you are going to have to even find a carrier to help you ship your parcel to the Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands you can most likely expect the transit time for your goods to be a bit on the long side.