Among the many amazing features of our planet this is one I think you should definitely know about: The world’s largest island within a lake on an island within a lake on an island! Can you picture that? Vulcan point is a small volcanic island within the 2km large Crater Lake of the Taal Volcano on Volcano Island in Taal lake on Luzon Island, Phillippines, in the pacific ocean.
The Crater Lake in which it resides consists of very dark water that contains a diluted form of sulfuric acid with high concentration of boron, magnesium, aluminum and sodium. Nevertheless, some suggest you can still swim inside the lake. Taal volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in the Philippines and has produced some of its most powerful historical eruptions with the last eruption being in 1977. Therefore its Crater Lake contains very dark water that contains a diluted form of sulfuric acid with high concentration of boron, magnesium, aluminum and sodium. Nevertheless, some still suggest you can swim there. The record-braking-island Vulcan Point is only some 40m across and is populated by a large range of small trees and schrubs.