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Sunset in Calaguas Island Camarines Norte Philippines
Philippines

Known as Calaguas Island, this pristine paradise of long white sand and blue sea is popularly one the best tourist destination in the Province of Camarines Norte, Philippines. There are two entry point this island: the towns of Vinzon and Paracale, but among the two towns, Paracale is consider to be the favorite entry point among budgetting tourist. 

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Uploaded: 26/02/2013
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