Extra Large Hammock | Brazilian Hand Weave

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Paradiso Double Hammock XXL (orange)

The Paradiso hammock is beautiful in striped orange shades mixed with golden sun! It is considered an extra-extra large hammock as it accommodates 400 lbs, so it's wonderful for two or possibly more, but also immensely relaxing for a solo snooze!

Made durable and strong, yet soft enough for complete comfort when it is nap time or just time for some self indulgence.

The Paradiso Double Hammock is the crown jewel of the Amazonas hammock line. It's over eight feet long and five and a half feet wide. Handwoven in Brazil from a blend that is 85% recycled cotton and 15% polyester, this hammock stretches and conforms for exquisite comfort. 

Please note: Hammock pillow not included.

68" x 101" flat dimension (actual laying area not including ropes on each end). If you do not have a tree or otherwise to hang your new hammock, no worries, you can get a hammock stand for your new hammock; under hammock accessories, scroll to hammock stands. You will need an 11-12 foot span between hanging points (looped ends) to accommodate this hammock appropriately.


Not all hammocks come with the necessary hardware to install it.

The reason for this is the maker of the hammock has no idea how it will be used or setup.

Including all the hardware for every situation would drive up the cost of each hammock.

Therefore it is wise to browse our hammock accessories page to see if you will need any mounting accessories.

The Brazilian Hammock

Approximately 20 million Brazilians prefer to sleep in a hammock every night instead of using a traditional bed.

Just like music, dance and football, hammocks are a perfect example of the Brazilian lifestyle.

There are areas of the country where it is traditional to embellish the hammock with decorative fringes and macramé.

In Brazil the women are the masters of the knotting techniques used to do these traditional handicrafts. It is their dedication that prevents this traditional artisan craft from being lost to humankind.