Guests can fly into Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM) on St. Maarten and take a 25 minutes sea shuttle or a 7 minutes air charter over to Anguilla (shared or private.) Fast Track services can be arranged, to expedite airport formalities on St Maarten.
St. Maarten is serviced by several airlines from major gateways including New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Charlotte, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Toronto, Amsterdam, Paris and Panama City. Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport (AXA) on Anguilla can accommodate large private jets and is serviced by American Airlines (non-stop flights from Miami), regional flights and charters from St. Maarten (Anguilla Air Services), Puerto Rico (Tradewind Aviation) and other neighboring islands.
Nevaeh is located in the exclusive West End district of Anguilla, a short distance from world renowned Meads Bay and a 10-15 minutes drive from the Blowing Point Ferry Terminal or Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport.
Anguilla is the northernmost Leeward island in the Lesser Antilles and is located 10 miles north of Saint Martin/Saint Maarten and 200 miles east of Puerto Rico. A British Overseas Territory since 1980, this 35 square mile coral and limestone island is home to around 15,000 permanent residents. Anguilla is a long, flat, scrub-covered island blessed with more than 30 white sand beaches, spectacular coral reefs and crystal clear, turquoise waters. Travel + Leisure has voted Anguilla the number 1 island in the Caribbean four years in a row. Known for its unpretentious, laid-back sophistication, warm & friendly people and vibrant dining scene, Anguilla remains an unspoiled haven and has a loyal following of regular visitors who return year after year.
Day time highs average 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Centigrade) with the months of July-October being a little warmer. With an average of 35 inches of rain a year, there is no pronounced rainy season and showers are usually brief. The ocean is a pleasant, swimmable temperature year round with occasional Atlantic swells bringing waves to our shores during the winter months.