islandlifeSince 1958, the Southern Cross Club has proudly held the torch as the Cayman Islands’ premier boutique resort. The Club’s fourteen oceanfront bungalows are spread across a 900-foot stretch of beautiful white sand beach, offering as much “Change of Latitude” down time as you want. If you’re in the mood for adventure, Little Cayman offers some of the tropics’ most beautiful undeveloped environment on land and beneath the sea.

The Southern Cross Club is ready to keep you busy both above and below the surface and offers a top-rated, professional and certified in-house diving and fishing operation from its own pier, as well as plenty of opportunities to get out and explore the island on your own.

Other activities at the Club besides the world famous dive and sport fishing operations could include: bird watching at the island’s Booby Preserve, a tour the island by bicycle or kayak, cheer on your favorite crab in a hermit crab race, enjoying a picnic on the beach, doing some Geo-caching, or maybe catch an outdoor movie with your fellow guests under a billion tropical stars.

Most evenings are spent relaxing around the pool deck and outdoor Tiki bar overlooking South Hole Sound and recounting the day’s adventures with other guests. Or maybe you and your special someone would prefer a private dinner for two under a thatched hut on the beach. Let us know how you want to enjoy your vacation while you’re here, and we’ll do what we can to make sure you go home happy, rested, refreshed, and filled with wonderful memories.

Getting Around

When you have had enough of the sea – grab a Southern Cross Club beach bike and explore the island on your own time. Because the island is mostly undeveloped, the flora and fauna of Little Cayman is much the way now as it was in the days when pirates and buccaneers made Little Cayman their home on the sea.

iguanasThe Island Iguanas

For a little terrestrial exploring take a Southern Cross Club bicycle and visit the west end of Little Cayman where one commonly sees large, prehistoric looking, and determined iguanas. Or visit the Ramsar Historic Little Cayman National Trust Booby Reserve. A beautiful place to view various wading birds, frigates, egrets, herons, ducks, and the 10,000 breeding pairs of Red Footed Boobies.