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Why send your belongings to Israel with Seven Seas Worldwide?

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Your appointed agent will help you clear customs in Israel

Trusted boxes and bags delivery for more than 25 years

Israel is a small West Asian country famous for its rich history, diverse culture, and religious significance. From Jerusalem's Old City to the stunning beaches of Tel Aviv, it's easy to see why tourists keep coming back. Explore ancient ruins and coastal landscapes, ride camels and sample unique cuisine in the enchanting holy state of Israel.

Whether visiting every city, beginning a new job or heading to university, you'll want as many home comforts as possible. That's where our international luggage delivery services can help. Our boxes and bags shipping services cover most cities and towns across Israel. Popular destinations include Jerusalem, West Bank, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Eilat, and Nazareth.

With over 25 years of experience sending luggage internationally, we simplify the delivery process. Our global network of depots and multilingual customer service make us a clear choice among boxes and bags delivery companies.

Stress-free and easy luggage delivery to Israel from Netherlands

Our services make sending boxes, bags and luggage to Israel straightforward. All you need to do is book our delivery service online, pack up your possessions, and fill in the required documents. We'll collect your delivery shipment from your home and ship it to Israel.

Keep reading for more great reasons why our international delivery services make your life easier:

  • Free storage services: don't panic! Before sending to Israel, you can enjoy two weeks of complimentary storage services at one of our safe depots in your origin country.
  • Honest delivery costs: we are always upfront with our customers. Grab a free instant quote today for a transparent cost breakdown specific to your delivery needs.
  • Pay for luggage delivery in stages: we won't demand the entire bill immediately. Instead, you make two payments across your delivery shipment's journey to Israel, including one to your appointed customs agent.
  • Friendly customer service: our multilingual customer service team can answer questions and offer delivery advice 24/7.


A couple booking our international shipping services


Send belongings from Netherlands to Israel in 5 easy steps

Number one

Free online quick quote
Our instant quote tool provides a clear, itemised delivery cost for our services with no surprises.

Number two

Pick your dates
When placing your order, choose the materials delivery and shipment collection dates that suit you.

Number three

Securely pack your items
We deliver your empty delivery boxes or MoveCube®, ready for you to fill.

Number four

We collect and send to Israel
Complete the online documentation. Then, we'll transport your delivery shipment to its Israel.

Number five

Customs clearance
Your appointed agent will help you with quarantine and customs clearance in Israel.

Don't just take our word for it

Customers love sending boxes and bags to Israel with us!


What shipping boxes do we provide for transporting goods to Israel?

With our services, we offer robust delivery containers to protect your belongings during long sea journeys to Israel. Made from double-walled, chemically-strengthened cardboard, our most popular delivery boxes are Large and Standard (exact dimensions below). Overestimate the amount of boxes you need to send. If you have any unused containers left over in brand-new condition, we'll collect them at no extra cost.

Specially-shaped delivery boxes made from the same materials are available for sending large goods, such as guitars and surfboards to Israel. Wrap them thoroughly, and we'll box them at our nearest depot.

You can use your own containers. But please avoid laundry bags, plastic crates, used food boxes and bin liners. Such containers are likely to break and cause damage to the rest of your delivery shipment.  

Large cardboard shipping box

Large delivery box

External dimensions:

61 x 51 x 41cm / 24 x 20 x 16.14 inches

Best for sending:

  • Sports equipment
  • Clothes
  • Bedding 
Small cardboard shipping box

Standard delivery box

External dimensions:

51 x 41 x 31cm / 20 x 16.14 x 12.2 inches

Best for sending: 

  • Files and papers
  • Books
  • Children's toys

We support you through the Israeli customs clearance process

Our Israel shipping experts are available to offer advice during your Israeli customs process. But there are some important things to be aware of.

Log in to your account and complete the following:

  • An inventory listing every item you are sending to Israel via our services.
  • Optional insurance forms for protection in the rare event your delivery shipment is lost or damaged.
  • Colour scans of the delivery shipment owner's passport picture and signature pages.

You can send personal belongings to Israel for free if the total value is £60 ($75) or under. If the total is over £60, you must pay 17% of your shipment's worth in customs taxes. Like most countries, Israel has restricted items to protect its people and the environment. Before packing your delivery, please reference our Prohibited Goods page to avoid fines or delays.  

Sending via sea ends at the port — you are responsible for clearing your delivery shipment through customs using your appointed agent and transporting it to your home in Israel. Authorities in Israel will see your customs documents, so please be accurate. Our multilingual customer service team is available 24/7 to provide further information.

Our Israel shipping experts are available to offer advice during your Israeli customs process.
woman packing boxes


FAQs when sending luggage to Israel from Netherlands

Thanks to our in-depth local knowledge, affordable services and expert team, our worldwide delivery experts simplify sending luggage to Israel.

Follow these three steps:

  1. Begin with a quick free quote and enter a few details for a delivery cost breakdown. Then, make an order, pay the deposit and let us know a convenient time and date so we can hand over any requested packing materials.
  2. Pack your luggage into strong boxes and bags and complete your online documents. Next, choose a date so we can come to your home and pick up your delivery shipment.
  3. After you've made your Shipping and Transportation payment, we'll send your possessions to Israel.

You can send most items used at home to Israel via our boxes and bags delivery services. Plus, extra large items, like guitars and surfboards.

All countries have prohibited items to protect their citizens and the environment. Check out our Prohibited Goods page before packing your delivery for the latest information.

You can send personal items to Israel tax-free, provided the total value is £60 ($75) or under. If over £60, you will be charged 17% of your delivery shipment's worth.

The cost of sending belongings to Israel depends on personal circumstances. Factors include your delivery shipment's size and the location of your origin and destination addresses. Use our instant, free quote tool for a cost breakdown of our services specific to your delivery needs.

All shipping and air routes are predefined to ensure your delivery arrives in Israel via the most efficient method possible.


Send your shipment securely to Israel with our 4-step packing guide

It's essential to wrap and pack your delivery properly when sending it to Israel. For extra peace of mind, we highly recommend hiring a professional packing service. Otherwise, set aside lots of time and follow our top 4 tips below. For further in-depth packing advice, check out How to choose a box for shipping and Preparing large items for collection.


Secure your delivery boxes:

Bring together all your packing materials, such as parcel tape and a knife. Fold in the bottom flaps of your box and seal them shut using several layers of overlapping parcel tape.

Next, cover any exposed edges by wrapping all around the base. Once your delivery box is full of possessions, secure the lid similarly.

Be careful with fragile goods:

Cover all items in bubble wrap and use two layers or more for delicate things. Put heavy items at the bottom of your box and lighter effects above and away from the sides.

Fill gaps with soft materials like packing paper or tea towels. Gently shake your box. If it makes a sound, add more soft materials until it stops.

Complete your inventory:

Log in to your account and fill in the inventory a detailed list of everything you're sending to Israel. Customs officials in Israel will have access to it, so accuracy is essential.

Using a dark marker pen, write the job number, box number, and shipment owner's destination country and city on two sides of every container. Keep your inventory nearby to ensure accuracy.

Get ready for collection day:

The max weight limit for each delivery container is set at 30kg/66lbs to protect you and our driver. Test each container's weight on bathroom scales. If one is over the limit, remove some items and place them in a lighter box.

Lastly, move all delivery containers as close to your building's exit as possible the evening before collection day.

There were no long wait times when I called and no convoluted voice system to wade through. The staff know what they're doing and were lovely to speak to. Timeframes for each event were achieved as promised, e.g. dropping off packing boxes and picking up boxes. Great value and constant communication. An amazing service so far, which is very rare these days with most corporations making it harder for customers.



Must-visit tourist spots in Israel

Israel is an alluring West Asian country that charms visitors with its blend of ancient history and breathtaking sites. From Jerusalem's Old City to the stunning Dead Sea, it'll take more than one visit to see it all.

Keeping reading for our pick of the best attractions in Israel's most tourist-friendly cities:  



Jerusalem is one of the world's most important religious and historical cities. Tourists flock yearly thanks to its significance for Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Plus, archaeological sites, including the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and the Dome of the Rock.

Witness the Wailing Wall: the Old City of Jerusalem is a walled UNESCO World Heritage site on the city's east side. Explore various fascinating regions, including the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim quarters.

Enjoy stunning views: Jerusalem has several fantastic vantage points as a city perched upon hills, including 360° sights from Mount of Olives and the Tower of David. Remember to walk along the city's walls for unforgettable views.

Pay your respects: the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial is one of the world's most renowned Holocaust museums. It movingly commemorates the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust via galleries, monuments and a synagogue.

Explore a holy city: whether you're Jewish, Christian or a follower of Islam, Jerusalem is a pilgrimage destination for many. Must-see religious sites include the Western Wall (Kotel), the Via Dolorosa, the Garden of Gethsemane, and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is famous for its unforgettable nightlife, beautiful Mediterranean beaches, and cultural highlights. The city is considered one of Israel's most cosmopolitan and contemporary destinations.

Relax by the beach: Tel Aviv boasts several beautiful Mediterranean beaches. Gordon Beach and Frishman Beach boast golden sands, clear waters, and vibrant crowds. Swim, sunbathe, play volleyball, or lie back and enjoy the coastal views.

Shop 'til you drop: Carmel Market is a bustling collection of outdoor vendors located in the heart of the city. Experience Tel Aviv's bright street life, sample local delicacies, and shop for fresh produce, spices, clothing, and more.

Visit an ancient port city: Jaffa sits on the southern tip of Tel Aviv. Explore the charming, narrow streets, visit flea markets for antiques, and enjoy memorable views from the promenade.

Party the night away: the city is famous for its spirited nightlife, which caters to various tastes. It's common for bars and clubs to stay open late. Remember to check out the Rothschild Boulevard area for some high-end socialising.


Visitors flock yearly for Haifa's Baha'i Gardens, lively atmosphere and diverse population. Expect a sunny port city packed with scenic beauty, welcoming locals and endless cultural attractions.

Visit a holy yard: the Baha'i Gardens are a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Haifa's most visited landmarks. Enjoy the landscaped terraced gardens and take guided tours to learn about the Baha'i Faith's history and principles.

Meet a monk: Stella Maris Monastery is known for its eye-popping views over Haifa and the Mediterranean Sea. Explore the grounds and its impressive church, which houses a spectacular interior.

Hit the beach: Haifa has several waterfront havens to choose from, including Bat Galim Beach and Dado Beach. Relax on the sandy shores, swim in the Mediterranean waters, and enjoy bustling promenades full of dining options.

Step back in time: the German Colony is a historic neighbourhood famous for its charming streets and restored buildings. Explore boutique shops, cafes, and restaurants, and take a stroll to soak up its unique ambience.


Eilat is a popular resort city known for its dazzling coral reefs, water sports, and underwater marine life. It's an ever-popular destination for beach lovers and divers alike, located at the southern tip of Israel along the Red Sea.

Get your hair wet: Eilat is a prime destination for snorkelling and scuba enthusiasts, thanks to its clear, warm waters and coral reefs. Visit The Coral Beach Nature Reserve to see diverse marine life, including corals, tropical fish, and dolphins.

Walk with the fishes: the Coral World Underwater Observatory Park combines education and entertainment. Kids and adults alike have the rare opportunity to observe the Red Sea's legion of marine life without getting wet.

Ride a camel: Timna Park is a desert attraction known for its geological formations, including "Solomon's Pillars." Explore hiking trails, ride camels, visit ancient copper mines, and take in the unique desert landscape.

Treat the underwater enthusiast in your life: hop on a Red Sea cruise to explore Eilat's coastline. Stop at several locations along the way for a snorkel and dive among the clear blue waters and varied marine life.