Southern Cross Club

Since 1958, the Southern Cross Club has been serving up “Barefoot elegance” on over 900 feet of a powder white sand beach dotted with palm trees. Looking out onto South Hole Sound, the sapphire and turquoise blue waters mix at the reef line where diving adventures begin. Between the beach and the reef, incredible bonefish and permit fishing awaits outside your bungalow door.

When opened, Little Cayman was home to three locals. Fifty-plus years may have passed on a calendar, but time here on Little Cayman has really stood still. Little Cayman continues to be one of the least developed, safest, and easily accessible tropical islands in the western hemisphere. It entices with its seclusion and natural beauty. The pirates made this their home; now, make it yours.

Highlights
  • Rest
    14 Beachfront ocean view bungalows. All cottages have private baths, outside decks, and air-conditioning. Some bungalows have a king bed, others two queens. Many have an additional day bed overlooking South Hole Sound Lagoon. About half of the bungalows feature private outdoor showers. Blossom Cottage, a two-bedroom unit, is perfect for small family’s or small groups of friends. Honeymoon Cottage features a private outdoor shower overlooking the colorful South Hole Sound lagoon.
  • Dine
    Casual beachside dining for breakfast, lunch and at dinner, an ala carte menu typically featuring local fresh caught seafood. Dining options include the Club’s air-conditioned dining room, a screened outdoor pavilion, on the pool deck, or on the beach under that bright Caribbean Moon. The poolside Loggerhead Bar also offers a bar menu for when you are in the mood for something simple.
  • Relax
    Beachcombing, sunbathing, or simply swinging in a hammock, picking one of the many scattered around the Club under various palm thatched shade gazebos.
  • Play
    World renowned scuba diving, snorkeling, flats fishing, big game angling and an on-site fleet of ocean kayaks for exploring the reef, lagoon and mangroves, island touring, birding and more.
  • Fish
    On the Club’s 24ft Pursuit, offshore big-game fishing for blue marlin, tuna, wahoo, dolphin and more; or flats fishing for permit, bonefish and tarpon with guides who have made Southern Cross a legendary fishing club
  • Dive
    A dedicated on-site dive operation operated by the Club, offering 2 tank morning, afternoon, dusk and night dives. Along with PADA certifications and refresher courses the Club’s divemasters offer guided dives at all the famous Little Cayman dives sites whether its walls, wrecks or reefs.
  • Discover
    Visit the Little Cayman National Trust Booby Reserve, an interactive waterfront experience for viewing various wading birds, frigates, egrets, herons, ducks, and the 10,000 breeding pairs of Red Footed Boobies, or schedule a visit to the Central Caribbean Marine Institute and learn about ongoing coral reef research underway in the Sister Islands.
Location

19° 41.0 N | 80° 3.0 W, approximately 400 nautical miles south of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and approximately 80 nautical miles east northeast of Georgetown, Grand Cayman.

Access

Scheduled air access to Little Cayman is provided by Cayman Airways, connecting though Grand Cayman, and on Saturdays, through Cayman Brac on service from Miami, Florida. Little Cayman is a short 7 minute hop from Cayman Brac, and 35 minutes from Grand Cayman (four flights daily).

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