Central American Hammocks(70 items)
Welcome to the Central American Hammock Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Central American Hammocks
Exactly what I was looking for
I saw this type of hammock everywhere in Costa Rica but the ones sold there where not the same. I asked the people that had them (mostly restaurant and resort owners) and was told they come from Nicaragua. The Novica web site was the best selection and price i found and the order placed on the internet went smoothly. I gave it to my father & it now hangs at the family cabin!
Las Trampas Hammock Artisans Hammocks
“We are hopeful that our hard work will create a lot of demand so that it can help us improve the quality of life in our community.”
Popular Central American Hammocks
Hand Woven Multicolored Hammock (Single) from Guatemala, "Volcanic Flame"$107.99
Featuring multicolored, vibrant stripes in red, purple, and yellow, like the heart of a fiery volcano, this single hammock is lightweight and comfortable, with cotton cords and iron rings for hanging. The comfortable and beautiful design is woven by hand on the backstrap loom by Las Trampas Hammock Artisans of Guatemala, who hope to preserve traditional hammock crafting techniques.
Handwoven Single Acrylic Hammock in Blue and Beige, "Sky and Sea"$99.99
Woven by hand in sky blue with stripes in navy and light golden beige, this beautiful hammock comes from Las Trampas Hammock Artisans. They work in acrylic, creating precise bands of color on a traditional loom. It invites a leisurely weekend afternoon.
Handwoven Guatemalan Bright Striped Multicolor Hammock, "Guatemalan Sunset"$119.99
Woven by hand in orange, yellow and brown with accents in green and purple, this beautiful hammock comes from Las Trampas Hammock Artisans. They work in acrylic, creating precise bands of color on a traditional loom. It invites a leisurely afternoon beneath a shade tree.
Guatemalan Hand Woven Double Size Fabric Green Hammock, "Olives and Palm Trees"$139.99
The women from Las Trampas preserve the hammock weaving traditions started by the ancient Maya. "Hammocks are very comfortable, perfect for a good night's sleep after a hard day's work. That's one of the reasons we enjoy creating new designs," the Guatemalan artisans tell us. They weave two individual cotton panels on a traditional backstrap loom to create this double size hammock in an olive green hue with light blue, aqua and beige stripes.