Curaçao is altogether safer than many places in the world today. However, use common sense and take all standard safety precautions. Lock your car and your hotel door when you leave, and don’t leave valuables unattended in your room. Most hotels have safety vaults where you can store your valuables.
Cruise visitors should watch out for pickpockets in crowds and should not leave bags unattended or agree to carry packages for anyone. It is recommended not to walk in the small alleys in the town area, and visitors should not walk alone late at night in deserted areas.

Additionally, take sensible precautions such as not taking valuables to the beach or wander alone off the main roads at night.

Police & Fire Dept: 911
Ambulance: 912
Coast Guard: 913
Long distance operator: 021
Local phone numbers: 9221
International phone numbers: 022

POLITUR (Tourism Police)
Curaçao Beach Boulevard (BLVD)
Sea Aquarium Beach, Curaçao
+(5999) 735 0044

World Trade Center
Piscadera Bay z/n
+(5999) 463 6542

Emergency number: 917

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