Customs in Wallis & Futuna Islands
The Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands is a French territory and therefore is subject to their Customs procedures and laws. They do carry them out fairly efficiently so you should not have any problems assuming you follow their suggested shipping regulations which can be found on their web site. You can also talk to your shipping company for help before you ship as well.
Who ships to Wallis & Futuna Islands?
Given the location of the Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands out in the Pacific Ocean, it should come as no surprise that it is hard to get to, to put it lightly. That being said, there are still several companies that ship there on a regular basis. Cargo Shipping and FedEx both ship there routinely, as do NEX and Alibaba Shipping. It is a good idea to do a background check on the shipping company you intend to go with before signing any contract with them so you know their track record and have an idea of what to expect.
Security concerns when shipping to Wallis & Futuna Islands
Shipping to the Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands can be done very safely as there is not much risk to the security of your parcels when being shipped there. There have been some minor thefts reported once in the country by local criminals, but this is relatively non existent as a general overall theme. Additionally there have been some pirates throughout the ages, but those too have been few and far between so they do not give rise to much concern overall. If you are concerned of such happening, then you should get a bit of insurance out on your shipment so that if something did happen to your parcel in route, you can be reimbursed for the monetary value of it at least.