This bilingual book (Spanish/English) portrays the incredible landscapes of the Cocos Island through the lens of 17 photographers and the stories that 500 years later continue to haunt many around the world.
The island is much more than its hammerhead sharks and its marine wealth, it is a journey to the past, before human intervention and a place where imagination meets natural life. The book presents the island as very few have experienced it, from the treetops in the lowest cloud forest in the world, to 400m below sea level.
In Ojalá Ediciones they create books about Costa Rica because they believe in the transformative power of books for those who read them, those who make them and those who are part of their stories. They are convinced that there is no good book if there is no enjoyment behind it and every book is an exploration. Read more about them in "About us".