From a far, it looks like a miniature version of the Kapurpurawan Rock Formation in Ilocos Norte with its shoe like formation on top and the island itself resembles the formations from the famous Biri Islands like a slightly squashed cake with lines and layers running along the sides.  The most popular pitstop on the island hoping tour.

The sea stack



This has a distinct seastack that looks like giant surfboards piled  forming a gigantic platform jutting from the clear blue sea. Within the area you can also see an enclosure naturally made by the sedimentary rock formation called by the locals as “mermaid’s lair”. Best time to visit is during low tide so you can wade and swim in waist deep cerulean blue waters. The rock formations in Animasola due to sedimentation have stratified patterns giving an interesting appearance – perfect backdrop for photoshoots. Environmental/entrance fee to Animasola Island is Php20.was a surprise in terms of natural wonders,Just a reminder if you’re about to visit Animasola Island, the heat was actually more intense there compare to the other islands, Since the island is so small, you can actually explore it, like circling the entire island in a few minutes.much like municipality it belongs to San Pascual in Burias Island, Masbate.