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Vanuatu Post tracking

Vanuatu is a beautiful country surrounded and made up of several islands, which is located in Oceania. Its colors, traditions, and cultures have allowed the country to develop in a progressive way and advance in different aspects. One of the most developed systems in Vanuatu is its post office. Vanuatu Post shipping service for packages and mail delivery to all the islands of the country allows everyone to stay connected constantly, quickly, and safely. In addition, this is the only postal service company that has an underwater post office.

What is Vanuatu Post? 

Vanuatu Post is the company in charge of sending, receiving, and managing all postal services in and out of the country. Despite being a country of more than 80 islands, on most of them, at least the largest ones, you can find a Vanuatu Post office. The postal company offers a variety of postal services, such as EMS express parcel delivery, Parcels, money transfer, sending, and receiving domestic and international postcards.
Something that attracts a lot of attention from the inhabitants of the islands is the company's underwater office, which is effectively underwater and operates normally at different times. This office was inaugurated in May 2003 and is operated by 4 employees who are in charge of receiving and sending postcards all over the country and the rest of the world.  

How do I track my Vanuatu Post?

Vanuatu Post tracking service is the tool that allows you to track any type of service or package that has been sent through any of the company's offices. To perform the tracking you must go to the company's official website and type the tracking ID in the search field so that the system can locate it and display the information on the screen.
Most Vanuatu Post tracking numbers maintain the same format as other international postal companies; a set of 13 digits, between numbers and letters, that allow the package to be identified wherever it is and wherever it goes.
On the official website, you can easily find the Vanuatu Post track and trace section located on the homepage of the site. In case you have problems tracking your package from the Vanuatu Post platform, you can also track your package from our website. Thanks to our international service we can provide you with information about your package from multiple national post companies, wherever and whenever you are.

How long does it take for Vanuatu Post to Deliver?

Vanuatu Post delivery times are estimated according to the type of service, the location, and whether it is a domestic or international delivery. All deliveries within the national territory are delivered within 1-2 working days, after having left the package at some office. As it is a small country, deliveries are made in a short time and safely.
For international shipments, deliveries are estimated according to areas and types of service. Vanuatu Post has categorized different countries into 5 zones in order to standardize their delivery times:

  • For zone A, services have delivery times between 4-14 days.
  • For zone B, the delivery times of the different services are between 9-14 days.
  • For zone C, these take between 9-18 days.
  • For zone D, 9-20 days.
  • And for zone E, 9-20 days as well.

On the company's website, you can view the delivery times with more details, where the type of service and each destination country are specified.

Where can Vanuatu Post deliver?

Vanuatu Post can deliver to many countries around the world. As mentioned in the previous section, the company established different countries by zones so that delivery times and shipping rates could be standardized. Now let's see some of the countries that belong to each zone.

  • Zone A: Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, New Caledonia, American Samoa, Tonga, Nauru, and other countries and zones nearby.
  • Zone B: Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Tahiti, and other adjacent countries.
  • Zone C: Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Korea, Macau, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Vietnam, and other nearby areas.
  • Zone D: Israel, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and other African countries.
  • Zone E: France, United Kingdom, USA, South America, Russia, and other Caribbean countries.

The different areas with all the countries covered by the company can be found on the company's website. If you don't see your country listed above, you may want to take a look at the official site and see if Vanuatu Post can actually deliver packages in your home country.

Is Vanuatu Post expensive?

Vanuatu Post shipping rates are considered quite affordable and inexpensive for both domestic and international shipments. These rates are classified according to weight, type of service, and destination. Rates for letters and small Vanuatu Post packages are classified as follows:

  • Zone A: 180 VUV ($1.58)/0-50g, up to 3,000 VUV ($26.30)/1501g-2000g.
  • Zone B: 250 VUV ($2.19)/0-50g up to 4,700 VUV ($41.24)/1501g-2000g.
  • Zone C: 300 VUV ($2.63)/0-50g up to 4,900 VUV ($42.96)/1501g-2000g.
  • Zone D and rest of the world: 300 VUV ($3.07)/0-50g up to 5,700 VUV ($50.06)/1501g-2000g.

All the rates for the different services can be found on the Vanuatu Post website. There you will be able to see all the countries to which it delivers and evaluate all the shipping costs in more detail, including prices for additional weight, and other rates.

How do I contact Vanuatu Post?

Vanuatu Post has effective communication systems that allow its customers to request any information or make any claim or query. To contact the company you can fill out a form found in the Vanuatu Post contact section of their official website where you can ask any questions or simply request some information.
If you prefer to communicate in a more direct and quicker way, you can call the numbers +678 22000, or +678 23900. The lines are available on working days from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. They also have an e-mail address where you can write and ask for any information regarding the services offered by the company, service@vanuatupost.vu. The company's official website is https://www.vanuatupost.vu/.

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