Animasola Island

San Pascual, Masbate

Animasola Island
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4.0 Stars

Our first stop during our Masbate Tour in the Group of Islands of Burias is called Animasola Island. From San Andres, Quezon Port, we need more than 2-hour boat ride to reach the island. Gosh! I'm a little bit scary because of the gloomy weather. Thank God the waves were not that rough.

We were just lucky to have a good weather when we arrived in Animasola. Seeing the sand through the clear sea water made me more excited when we docked our boat in the island. Aside from that, I was mesmerized with the beautiful rock formation of the island (Actually, this is the main attraction of the island). Tourist like us were so thrilled to have a good photos with the rock formation. Yes, I feel like a model on that day. I did a good pose. Charot! 128514

By the way, don't expect a fine white sand in the island. It's very ROCKY! 128514

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Dennis O.
5.0 Stars

Last weekend we had a quick getaway adventure in the enchanting beauty of Burias Island. 1st stop of the island hop Animasola. Funny thing we thought this was the sombrero island because from afar the island looks like a cowboy hat. 🤠 As we came closer we slowly come to discover the beautiful rock formation of the island. There were lots of people so expect to have some photbomber on your photo ops but the rock formation itself was stunningg!!! Felt like I was in another country. 128525128525128525 #ItsMoreFunInthePhilippines #DiscoverPhilippines

PS: Pardon for my beach body hahaha.. 128514🤣128514🤣

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John S.
4.0 Stars

Island hopping within the Burias Group of Island, from Manila we had 8 hours of travel by land and from San Andres, Quezon we had 2 hours travel by boat and witnessed our first of the five island. Animasola Island its exotic rock formation, clear water and far apart is the mini lagoon sorrounded by naturally carved rocks.

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