Cheap shipping to South Africa

Our removals & shipping to South Africa (primarily Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban but also throughout the country) service can assist with a small baggage shipment to a full house removal, furniture, household goods, motorbikes and motor cars. We can arrange a "share a container service" or your own dedicated container for shipping to South Africa. We can arrange collection of your goods from all over the UK. Our innovative "You Pack, We Ship" service allows us to offer cheap shipping to South Africa from the UK.

South Africa

Required Documentation

See below for a list of required documents if you are shipping removal goods to South Africa.

Please note that the this list is just a guide and may differ depending upon your circumstances (for example an EU citizen versus non-EU citizen)

Contact us for a full list of requirements to suit your circumstances:

  • DA 304 and P. 1.160.

  • ORIGINAL Passport including page with date of entry in South Africa.

  • Detailed inventory for attestation

  • Permanent residence documents or

  • Temporary residence permit and work permit.

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Additional documentation can be downloaded using the links below:

Restricted Items

We will advise you of any restricted or prohibited items to South Africa during the quotation process.

The southernmost country in the continent of Africa, South Africa is bordered by the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans to the south, meaning its climate is generally mild, and is the 25th largest country in the world. It is made up of nine provinces (Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Natal, Northern Cape, the North West and Western Cape), containing 52 districts. For those looking for a multi-ethnic country with a wide variety of cultures, South Africa is a great choice.

South Africa has a diverse landscape – visitors can see penguins on the Cape, see hippos in the Limpopo River and experience the most varied of terrains; from the Kalahari Desert to the World Heritge iSimangaliso Wetland Park which has five distinct ecosystems. South Africa is a large country with a climate that varies from region to region: the Western Cape has a Mediterranean type climate whilst the interior of the country has a semi-desert climate with cold, dry winters and summer rainfall.

The best known cities in South Africa are Pretoria, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein and East London – the cities of South Africa are similar to other cities around the world with their skyscrapers, cosmopolitan dining areas and shopping malls but, within an hour’s drive, nature reserves are home to an incredible array of wildlife. Many people move to South Africa to enjoy more of an outdoor lifestyle, with white, sandy beaches, surf, wildlife, vineyards, mountains and trails.

Eastern Cape: a diverse state with both large, arid areas to the west and a greener, wetter climate to the east. It has 800km of untouched coastline with beautiful beaches. The province houses South Africa’s only snow skiing resort on the slopes of Ben Macdhui, the highest mountain peak in the Eastern Cape;

Free State: with its capital Bloemfontein, has a thriving agricultural industry with more than 30,000 farms producing over 70% of the country’s grain. Free State has a continental climate with areas to the east experience snow on higher ranges. The most popular tourist attraction in this province iw the Golden Gate Highlands National Park;

Gauteng: is the smallest province in South Africa but houses the country’s largest city, Johannesburg as well as Pretoria. Gauteng is home to several nature reserves and the World Heritage Site the Cradle of Humankind;

Limpopo: the northernmost province, it is named after the river that runs through it. Limpopo is popular with visitors due to the rich variety of wildlife;

Mpumalanga: contains a range of nature reserves, including the Blyderivierspoort Nature Reserve, the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park and the Sabi-Sand Game Reserve. Kruger National Park is a popular tourist destination along with the Sudwala Caves and the Blyde River Canyon.

Natal: stretches between the Indian Ocean and the Drakensberg and is home to Pietermaritzburg and Durban, the second largest city in South Africa. Durban is also the busiest port in South Africa and is popular with tourists because of its extensive beaches and subtropical climate.

North West: much of this province consists of flat areas of scattered trees and grassland and its main industry is mining: gold, uranium, platinum and diamonds. Sun City and Lost City house a casino complex which add to the economy.

Northern Cape: this is the largest and most sparsely populated province of south Africa with its capital, Kimberley. The north of the province is primarily Kalahari Desert and the climate is mostly arid. Most famous for its diamond mines around Kimberley, Northern Cape also contains the Orange River, attracting visitors who enjoy rafting tours.

Western Cape: contains the metropolitan area of Cape Town in which around two thirds of the population live. The province is famous for its Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak.

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0208 530 1441

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