Foreign Outposts on Curacao

Embassies and consulates can assist travelers in need in Curaçao


Occasionally, Curaçao's visitors encounter trouble during their travels. Whether travelers fall victim to a crime or are thrown in the midst of a natural disaster or civil unrest, their local embassy or consulate can provide assistance.

Foreign travelers visiting Curaçao may need to enlist the assistance of representatives from their home country in times of need or trouble. Local embassies and consulates can provide information and assistance to travelers in securing financial, legal, medical, or transportation needs.


Travelers from the United States should first consult the Bureau of Consular Affairs' tips for safe travel while abroad for helpful travel information and advice. Travelers can also register their international trip with the State Department. This registration allows the State Department to compile a database of American travelers in any given region in the event of a natural disaster or civil unrest.

Travelers who are victims of crime in Curaçao should immediately contact local law enforcement authorities along with their local embassy or consulate. Consular representatives can assist travelers who are victims of crime in securing legal, financial, or medical help. For travelers who are imprisoned in Curaçao, their local consular representative can provide references for legal help. Representatives can also monitor and report a traveler's conditions to contacts in their home country.

Curaçao is generally safe and outside of the Atlantic hurricane path. But should civil unrest or a natural disaster occur, local embassy or consular representatives can provide assistance to travelers caught in these circumstances. The following is a list of foreign embassies and consulates that are stationed in Curaçao, followed by a list of embassies of The Netherlands throughout the world. Addresses and phone numbers are subject to change, so travelers should verify contact information with their local embassy or consulate.

Embassies and Consulates in Curaçao:

Country Contact Information
United States Consulate General J.B. Gorsiraweg #1
Willemstad, Curaçao
British Consulate Werfstraat 6
Scharloo, Curaçao
Netherlands Antilles
599-9-461-3901 (Fax)
British High Commission - Venezuela British Embassy
Torre La Castellana, Piso 11
Avenida La Principal de la Castellana
La Castellana, Caracas 1061
58-21-2-267-1275 (Fax)
Honorary Consul of Canada Maduro and Curiel's Bank
2-4 Plaza Jojo Correa
Australian Embassy in Chile Isidora Goyenechea 3621
12th and 13th Floors
Las Condes
Santiago, Chile
Honorary Consulate of India Netherlands c/o Boolchand N.V.
Heerenstraat Antilles 4-B
P.O. Box No. 36, Curaçao

Embassies of the Netherlands throughout the world:

Country Contact Information
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Washington D.C.
4200 Linnean Avenue NW,
Washington, DC 20008 USA
Royal Netherlands Consulate General
- Chicago
303 E. Wacker Drive Suite
2600 Chicago, IL 60601 USA
Royal Netherlands Consulate General
- Los Angeles
11766 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 1150
Los Angeles CA 90025 USA
Royal Netherlands Consulate General
- Miami
701 Brickell Ave 5th Floor
Miami, FL 33131 USA
Royal Netherlands Consulate General
- New York
1 Rockefeller Plaza 11th Floor
New York, NY 10020-2094 USA
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- United Kingdom
38 Hyde Park Gate
London SW7 5DP United Kingdom
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Canada
Constitution Square Building
350 Albert Street, Suite 2020
Ottawa, ON K1R 1A4
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Australia
120 Empire Circuit
Yarralumla, ACT 2600
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- New Zealand
Investment House
Corner of Featherston / Ballance Streets
00-64-4-471-2923 (Fax)
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- France
7-9 Rue Eblé
75007 Paris, France
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Belgium
Herrmann Debrouxlaan 48
1160 Brussels, Belgium
00-32-2-67-91-773 (Fax)
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Brazil
Ses - Q 801, Lote 05
CEP 70405-900 Brasilia - DF
00-55-61-33211518 (Fax)
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Mexico
Av. Vasco de Quiroga 3000
7. Piso Colonia
Santa Fé 01210 México, D.F.
00-52-55-52588138 (Fax)

Travelers to Curaçao should keep a list of important contacts with them during their vacation in case trouble arises. Travelers who do not know where to turn for financial, legal, or medical help can consult their local embassy or consulate for assistance.


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