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29 May 2018
“Great hammocks”
2 Feb 2017
“Colourful, fascinating visit, whether or not you buy a hammock!”
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Calle Xalteva, Granada, Nicaragua
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Reviewed 30 May 2018 via mobile

Ordered our custom hammock and couldn't be more pleased. Vibrant colors are exactly what we asked for and great quality craftsmanship!!

Thank crushnitdaily
Reviewed 2 February 2017 via mobile

Watch the weaving, listen to the explanation of how they support both people with disabilities AND the environment. We loved the concept of 200 plastic bags to be handed in, in exchange for a back pack... now there's a thought! And do get them to...More

Thank VFLondon
Reviewed 20 June 2016

We bought one to bring back, really wish i had bought more! they are so well made! This is the place to buy a hammock, hammock chair, or a hammock for your pet! :)

1  Thank Mesheemoo
Reviewed 5 May 2016 via mobile

If you're going to get a hammock in Nicaragua this is the place to get it at. Getting 1 here will help the locals plus you can stop in and hear about who you are helping and how they make the hammocks.

1  Thank cjschreiner
Reviewed 17 March 2016

this is one of few instances where those with disabilities can find work. people are trained to make hammocks here and are able to not only support themselves and/or their family but can do so with dignity and pride. the shop is in a colonial...More

1  Thank cassiesmummy
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