Claudia Laroye

Author Bio:

Claudia Laroye is a travel writer, editor and content creator based in Vancouver, Canada. She is passionate about travel and about educating ourselves through the travel experience. Her blog - claudiatravels- offers a modern traveller's guide of 'how to' travel tips and information, as well as destination advice for the new or experienced traveller. She is also a freelance writer and has written for Air Canada enRoute, Lonely Planet, Canadian Traveller, Vancouver Sun, Westjet Magazine, Explore, BCAA Magazine, Vancouver Mom, and a variety of online and print publications. You can follow Claudia on Twitter @travelling_mom and Instagram @itsclaudiatravels, and find her also on Pinterest and Facebook.


Posts by Claudia Laroye:

Six Ways to Enjoy Exhilarating Family Adventures in Laval

Posted on: March 23, 2018

Families seeking fun and active adventures will delight in visiting the hidden gem that is Laval, Quebec. Located only a 20-minute Metro ride from downtown Montreal, this surprising destination will give even the most thrill-seeking family a run for its money. Coupled with a great family-friendly hotel and loads of
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How to Navigate the Lights of Broadway With Teenagers

Posted on: August 23, 2017

“They say the neon lights are bright on Broadway…” For starry-eyed young musical theatre superfans, Broadway is the Mecca, the Super Bowl; it’s Legit. Here’s how to navigate the musical streets of Broadway in New York City with teenagers. What Show to Choose? Broadway shows are always changing. Long-running favourites
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Most Canadian Things to Do This Summer

Posted on: June 12, 2017

At long last, it’s here. We made it through that ceaseless, long winter and can now enjoy our few months of summer holiday bliss. Whether you’re heading out to the cottage, beach, or packing up for an epic cross-country road trip, be sure to enjoy some of these most Canadian
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Hitting the Road with Your Parents AND Kids? Here’s How to Survive a Multi-generational Road Trip

Posted on: July 4, 2016

Ahh, it’s finally here. There’s no time of year quite as exciting as the beginning of summer. The entire season feels stretched out ahead of you, doubly so for the kids who think summer’s going to last forever. Perhaps like other families, you’re riding the upward travel trend of planning a
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The Best Family Friendly Mountains in Canada

Posted on: November 6, 2015

Written in collaboration with The leaves are still changing colour, but it’s not too early to begin planning your next winter ski holiday at one of Canada’s fantastic ski resorts. Here are some of the best family-friendly mountains in Canada. Whistler Blackcomb The biggest ski resort in Canada has
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Storm Watching in Tofino

Posted on: October 16, 2015

A story: When I arrived in British Columbia over 20 years ago, we visited Tofino in October. Our campsite was rained out by a fall monsoon, and we took shelter in a local bed and breakfast, enjoying the wild weather and the local dining scene before all the restaurants closed
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Hollywood North: What’s Filming in Vancouver and Calgary

Posted on: August 5, 2015

The summer filming season is in full swing in Vancouver’s Lower Mainland, as well as Calgary and southern Alberta. There are lights, cameras, and actors wandering around in heroic tights or period costumes everywhere you look. You might be surprised to find that some of your favorite shows are made
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Traveling with Teenagers: How to Maximize the Fun and Minimize the Eye-rolling

Posted on: July 8, 2015

July 8 2015 Let’s tackle the elephant in the room first. Fact: traveling with teenagers can be fun. Yes, it’s true. Whether by car, ship or plane, exploring your backyard or wandering around the globe with teens can be much more fun than toodling around with a toddler in tow. No diapers,
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Five Campgrounds in Canada that you must visit!

Posted on: May 6, 2015

May 6 2015   Summer travel planning is heating up! With our Canadian dollar weaker than it’s been in many years, now is the perfect time to consider an affordable, family camping holiday in one of our incredible Canadian national or provincial park campgrounds. There’s really nothing more Canadian than
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