Environment Planet Earth Tiny Philippine Island Is Center of a Crazy-But-True Natural Wonder (Slideshow) By A.K. Streeter Writer University of Hawaii Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey A.K. Streeter is a writer and cycling enthusiast from Portland, OR. She is the author of "Women on Wheels: Handbook and How-to for City Cyclists." our editorial process Twitter Twitter A.K. Streeter Updated October 11, 2018 Migrated Image Share Twitter Pinterest Email Environment Weather Outdoors Conservation Photo credit Ferdinand Rodil. This tiny verdant island, called Vulcan Point or sometimes Vulcan Island, lies at the center of a strange-but-entirely-true natural wonder. It's known for being the world's largest volcanic island that's on a lake, on a larger island, on a larger lake, on another (bigger) island. Should it be considered a wonder of the world?