Parcel tracking to Guiana (Fr.)
It is a smart move to get a tracking number before you ship your goods off to the French Guiana. This will be an additional fee above the costs quoted to you for shipping your parcels, but the peace of mind that comes with knowing where your goods are every step of the way makes it well worth it.
Parcel documents delivering to Guiana (Fr.)
You will need to fill out a Bill of Lading before you ship anything to the French Guiana. You may also need a Certificate of Origin and the original commercial invoice affixed to your parcel in some cases, but not all. It is a good idea to check with either their Customs department or your shipping company for the appropriate documentation needed for your particular goods that you are trying to ship there to make sure you are not missing anything.
Parcel delivery limitations to Guiana (Fr.)
When shipping parcels to the French Guiana in South America, you are going to want to adhere to both their and France's guidelines for prohibited and restricted items. These lists do change on occasion so you will want to check for their up to date lists before you send your goods out the door though. Currently, you are not allowed to ship any imitations pearls, feeding bottles, cigarette lighters, saccharine in tablets of packets or any human remains there, among a few other items. You are also currently restricted from shipping about another two dozen items there such as bees or honey. In this example, you can still send bees or honey there, but you will need to obtain a certificate that is approved by the government stating that it is non infectious and stating its country of origin on an official Certificate of Origin. You can find help on these restricted items and their documentation on their web site as well as by asking your shipping company for help.