Helpful Links

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We have made a selection of helpful information for our members and newcomers to the island:

Emergency phone numbers

Alarm Central

Police

Fire Brigade

Ambulance

Coastguard

SOS-line

St Elisabeth Hospital

Advent Hospital

Taams Clinic

Health Service (GGD)

 

Forensys –

on the scene accident registration

Road Assistance

(in case of breakdown)

 

Animal Shelter Parera

Animal Ambulance

866-6122

911

911

912

913

127

910 or 462-4900

737-0611

736-5466

432-5800

 

199

 

9247

 

 

465-4300

514-9726

Consular Assistance

For consular assistance you can contact Anne-Marie Pietersz-Powell, the British Vice Consul for the Dutch Caribbean

(Based in Willemstad, Curacao, covering Curacao, Aruba, Bonaire, St. Maarten, Saba, St. Eustatius,St. Barths, St. Martin, Guadeloupe & Martinique )

Mobile: +599.9.6907426

Email: Anne-Marie.Pietersz@fco.gov.uk

Twitter: British Vice Consul Curacao or @AMPieterszFCO

Address:  Room 25, Scharlooweg 55, Willemstad, Curaçao, Dutch Caribbean.

Tel: +31 (0) 206764343 x 2215

Tel: +599.9.4343200 Ext. 218.

FTN: 83062215

Visit http://www.gov.uk/fco  for British foreign policy news and travel advice and http://blogs.fco.gov.uk to read our blogs.

 
Island Life

Live in Curaçao is the Curaçao Island Guide. Although this website has not been updated recently, it still gives a useful information on many topics such as history, culture, beaches, carnival, tourism and much more.

Curaçao is the official website from the Curaçao Tourist Board where you can find inspiring information about the history and heritage, people and culture, sports and activities, shopping food and nightlife as well as personal stories.

All information about Flights, Airport Services, Parking & Transport, Planning and Booking incl Visa Regulations, you can find on Curacao Airport Partners

The Curacao Chronicle is a local online newspaper in English that serves investors, local English speaking residents and generally all residents of Curaçao.

Curamap is the Curacao online map that will help you find your way on the island.

Parks & Recreation: Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity (CARMABI) is a non-profit foundation on the island of Curaçao, Dutch Caribbean, established in 1955 as a marine research institute. During the years the organization focused more and more on nature management and environmental education. For more information about the different nature reserves, kayak tours and other activities check out this website Carmabi.

The Big Red Island Guide is the one & only complete overview of Curaçao’s restaurant trade, shops and all the ‘things you can do’. Next to the hard copy of the BIG RED we have our website. The site is an addition to the publication of the annual guide and also features a complete overview of Curaçao’s restaurants, bars, shops and ‘Things To Do’.

Island Events

Ready to experience the Curacao Carnival? Here you will find an overview of the most important activities planned for the coming Carnival season.