The breathtaking beauty of Cocos Island National Park, located 340 miles off the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, is a World Heritage Site and one of the top 10 best places in the world to dive. The varied marine life under the waves changes with the seasonal migrations. The hammerhead sharks that Cocos Island is known for are always there in large numbers. This video was shot while I was there in Jan/Feb 2013 aboard the Undersea Hunter Group liveaboard. Shot with the Sony Nex 5, 18-55mm lens and Sola 1200s lights. Enjoy and please follow me to see more of my up coming videos!