In a remote and lush corner of Costa Rica, lies a realm of giant trees, monkeys, prowling jaguars, and herds of piglike beasts.
This is one of the last places in the world where virgin rainforest grows right to the high-tide line, and a visitor might walk here for hours – or days – along its insulated coast without meeting a single person. As azure waves crash down on sand and rock, the roar of surf competes with the cacophony of scarlet macaws above.
This is the Osa peninsula, and there is no other place in the world like it.
In Osa: Where the Rainforest Meets the Sea, award wining photographer Roy Toft and ecologist Trond Larsen combine photographic art and scientific knowledge to portray the beauty, complexity and uniqueness of the Osa peninsula.