Retailers don't always ship anywhere in the world. If there's a product you want to buy that doesn't normally ship to your country, you can get around this with a service called Parcl.
The online service lets you order items and send them to your address, even if the retailer doesn't ship to your country. To make this happen, Parcl uses "forwarders." A forwarder is either an individual or a company that bids for a purchase on your behalf. Then, they buy, receive, and ship the item to you themselves. According to the site, each forwarder is verified.
Once you've registered, if you want to request a shipment, you enter your origin and destination country, then describe and link to the product. You can then request a forwarder to buy and ship your item, and they will make you an offer for their time and effort. From there, you just have to accept.
Of course, there are traditional forwarding services out there, so it's not exactly a new concept, but those services are aimed at bulk shippers, and they can be pricey. This is more aimed at individuals, and you can request a single, specific item.
You make payments via PayPal and the forwarder is paid as soon as you accept the order. If you don't receive your item, the site will step in and help you work things out, according to the FAQ.
Check it out at the link below.