Chocolate Delivery to Idaho
When will my chocolate be delivered?
Deliveries are sent to the address you have provided via DHL EXPRESS from Monday until Friday from 8 am to 6 pm.
How much are the delivery charges?
Planète Chocolat offers you secure methods of payment. Our delivery charges for Idaho € 17,90 including taxes.
Is delivery also possible on weekends or public holidays?
Unfortunately no, DHL only delivers from Monday to Friday between 08:00 - 18:00 and does not work during public holidays.
A bit of Belgium in Idaho
Did you go on vacation in the city of Boise and would like to thank your hosts? Would you like to congratulate a friend, or maybe the batter on your team (from the Idaho Falls Chukars) who just won a game? Or let’s say you would like to wish your childhood friend a happy birthday who has recently moved to Nampa. All thanks to Planete Chocolat, it is now possible to ship delicious artisan-created chocolate from Belgium to any city in Idaho. From Cascade to Salmon… in the shortest period of time! Don’t waste any more time without having taste these chocolates!
Breathe a little, live a little
Idaho shares its borders with the state of Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Montana, Wyoming and even with a Canadian province. Its snowy peaks, its diverse landscapes (mountains, canyons, streams, lakes and vibrant colours) really makes for a beautiful combination of scenery! Everybody is able to find some peace and quiet when they visit Idaho.
The wildlife is preserved. Antelopes, wapiti, grizzly bears, lynx, deer, foxes, otters, badgers, raccoons, mink and migrating birds that all make up the wildlife in Idaho. In fact, 41% of the state’s surface area is covered in forests. Located in the Rocky Mountains, the forests are composed of different kinds of pine, fir and spruce trees.
‘The Snake’ is a very mighty river that drains more than 80% of the territory. It irrigates fields and cities and it was this lake that created the deepest canyon in the United States : Hells Canyon (which is located on the border of Oregon and Idaho). Its waters then fall into the Shoshone Falls waterfalls, from a cliff that is even higher than those of Niagara Falls. This is the reason why these falls are called ‘The Niagara Falls of the West.’ The Northern part of the state also has quite a few lakes. There is a lake called Pend Oreille that has a surface area of 345 km² and is one of the biggest lakes in Idaho and the 5th deepest lake in the United States.