Are there restrictions on the amount of currency I can take into a country?
Most countries will require the declaration of large values of currency being taken in by arriving passengers (eg: in Australia any currency equivalent to AUD 10,000+) whilst a few countries may impose restrictions on how much a passenger may carry into their country (eg: India allows no more than INR 25,000 by non-residents). There is a distinct difference between the requirement to declare on entry and a currency restriction.
If you’re in doubt we suggest that you seek advice from an official government website, embassy or consulate of the country or countries you may be visiting before placing your order. One potential source of destination information is the IATA website (Intl. Assoc. of Travel Agents) at https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/customs-currency-airport-tax-regulations.htm