CONTACT US: Mexican Hammocks - Mexican Serapes - and more...

Got a question or a story to tell? We'd love to hear from you. Many of you contact us to let us know how happy you are to be able to find authentic Mexican serapes and Mexican blankets. So many stories, good times and memories have been shared. We'd love to hear yours; feel free to share them on our Facebook page too.

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Contact Us - Via regular mail at our head office or by email at the addresses below:

Technical Services Office:

21143 Hawthorne Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90503

Business Admin / Office:

Business Office:

#102 - 1155 W. 11th Ave. Van. BC
Canada P 604 780 7116

Mexican Distribution Centre:

Col. Centro Calle 60 # 325-A Local 6 y 7
Mérida Yucatán México
Postal Code 97000

Email Us: If you have any questions or you'd like to contact us with your Mexican hammock stories and Mexican serapes pictures, we'd love to hear from you. You can reach out and contact us @: Contact Us.

For Wholesale Mexican Hammock Inquiries: If you're a retailer looking to get a great selection of Mexican hammocks, contact us with your information. We can ship small orders all the way up to whole containers. Drop us an email @: Wholesale.

More About Merida

Mérida was founded in 1542 by Francisco de Montejo “el Mozo” (the son), and built on the site of the ancient Maya city T’ho, meaning “city of five hills.” T’ho was the center of Mayan culture and activity in the Yucatan region. Before the arrival of the Spanish, the ancient city’s boasted five main pyramids. With the arrival of the Spanish and the conquering of the area, the 5 pyramids were destroyed and their ruins used in the construction of Merida’s cathedral and other important buildings.

Today, with a population of some 950,000 people, the town of Mérida is the capital of the Mexican State of Yucatán and the largest city of the Yucatán Peninsula. The city is also the municipal seat of the Municipality of Mérida, which includes the city and the areas around it.

It's from these areas and region of the Yucatan where our Mexican hammocks and serapes are made. We work with several hundred familes in the local Mayan communities and provide their handmade artisan products directly to you.