We are proud to announce that the 'Hamaca Maya' hammock shop based in La Penita, Nayarit since 2001 has now opened an additional location in Puerto Vallarta!
We will continue the tradition of carrying only the finest of handwoven Mayan hammocks, in a wide variety of styles, sizes, and color combinations, as well as all hammock accessories!
Our hammock chairs are designed for sitting, reclining, or laying flat. The hammocks are available in 4 sizes, with or without spreader bars, and/or side fringes. All hammocks and chairs are available in various thread widths, in both cotton and nylon fibers. Price range is between 700 pesos and 1,200 pesos. We are set up so that you can test drive your hammock in the shop, also comes with fully illustrated instructions in both Spanish and English.
The traditional hammocks pack to the size of a small pillow, weighing between 1 and 4 kgs each, depending on size and style, and can easily be tucked into a corner of your suitcase, or carried onboard. The hammocks with spreader bars are bulkier, and are usually checked in as additional luggage. All hammocks are packed in plastic bags.
Grand opening 10% discount, applicable on all hammocks in stock, through January 1st 2017!
Stop by and see us at 240 calle Libertad, between Hidalgo and Juarez in Downtown Puerto Vallarta. Open daily, except Sundays, from 10:00 am until 7:00 pm. Cellular is (322) 142-7062.
Hala's Hammocks are absolutely beautiful and soft and also made by Indigenous Women! Yes, simply the best! Hala has been around forever and her store is a treasure to shop in!
Editor's Note: It has come to our attention that the store in Puerto Vallarta is no longer open but you can still visit the store in La Penita.
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