Hammocks mainly originate from Haiti, hence the word “hamac”, which in Haitian means “tree” or “of the tree”. The hammock is made from the filaments of tree bark to make a kind of interwoven cradle similar to fishing nets.
The hammock dates back approximately 1000 years. In their evolution, the material with which they weaved them evolved as they found more adaptable materials for their elaboration and more comfortable for their use, such as sisal (cactaceous plant), which they shredded to obtain the fibers with which they made the tissue of it.
It is said that Christopher Columbus discovered it and made them known by taking them to Spain. Today the expansion of the "Hammock" reaches all of Latin America, being a well-known and classic rest object.
In its expansion to Mexico, the hammocks of the Mayan region have been of great importance and worldwide recognized due to their materials that have improved over the course of history, now with cotton and nylon fabrics in percentages that help to be more comfortable.
There are many manufacturers of hammocks throughout the Mexican territory. We take care of promoting manual work in the southern zone, specifically in the Mayan land.
Among the different meanings and stories of the Hammocks we can say that its use is unique, to give comfort and rest in a pleasant way.
Over time, the hammock has evolved in its context of place of use (Starting on the coasts and beaches) included in spaces "Lounge" or "public spaces" and inside houses, not only in gardens but also within it. .