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APOLLO TRAVEL is a team of skilled and knowledgeable travel specialists with a heart for making your dreams a reality. 

Be it your wedding, honeymoon, family travel or luxury travel, we will give you our full attention to make sure that your dreams become a reality.

Destination Weddings

Did you know that destination weddings are less expensive than traditional weddings? You can get married on a beautiful island, invite family and friends, and have guests contribute money for a portion of your honeymoon! Normally, if you plan to stay for more than six nights, the resort offers a free wedding package complete with a cake, flowers, reception site, officiant, champagne and more! Every wedding package is customizable to suit your personal wishes and tastes. Destination weddings also allow you to relax at home and communicate with your own on-site wedding coordinator as often as you like, so once you reach your desired destination, you can enjoy every moment of your special day. Plus, many resorts offer special deals on weddings if you stay the rest of the week for your honeymoon.


After the stress of wedding planning is over, most couples just want to travel to a destination to relax and enjoy. Best of all, almost every resort has a honeymoon vacation package that can provide you with special perks like candlelight dinners, rose petals in your room, chocolate covered strawberries, and champagne – just to name a few! Contact us to learn more about these honeymoon ideas and adult-only resorts that let you focus on love, not hectic planning.

Anniversaries & Vow Renewals

Celebrate that important milestone in your relationship by traveling to a paradise away from home. There are many vacations options that allow you to commemorate the special occasion with a rewarding travel experience. There’s really no better way to say “I Love You” than by enjoying a memorable vacation with the ones you love most.

Your honeymoon begins the moment you say “I do”
A Sandals WeddingMoon® marries the wedding and the honeymoon, so after you’ve exchanged your vows, you can begin your happily ever after. Romance abounds at the resorts made for love, and you’ll find endless ways to enjoy your time together, from suites so exotic and romantic, we named them “Love Nests Dream Suites”, to intimate dining beneath the moonlit sky, hand-in-hand strolls along the beach, and every land and water sport under the sun. Best of all, it’s all included.

CruiseShip Weddings

Once upon a time, it was only the rich and famous that could get married in an exotic location but now you too can have that fairytale wedding, whether it’s on a beach or at sea.

Imagine having the use of a Luxury Cruise Ship at your disposal, the expertise of “White Glove” Service throughout your stay, the benefit of beautiful weather, excellent food and even a Personal Wedding Planner to organize every detail of your nuptials. Not to mention, sharing this all with your beloved family and friends.

Contact us and let’s get you started!

Anything you can think of, we can make happen.
Contact Apollo Travel Orlando and lets make your dreams happen.

5 Destinations Every Traveler Should Visit Off-Season : TravelChannel.com

January 11, 2016
5 Destinations Every Traveler Should Visit Off-Season Not a big fan of crowds, inflated prices and rushed schedules? Off-season travel is for you. Locals–and pricing–relax when the crowds go back to work and school, allowing for more authentic and budget-friendly visits. For travelers who have more flexible schedules and who don’t mind putting up with less-than-perfect weather, the economics and pace of off-season travel are well worth it. Here are just a few destinations that are every bit as engaging after the crowds have gone. Grand Canyon National Park Grand Canyon National Park is synonymous with the classic summer American Road Trip, but also with shoulder-shoulder crowds. Spring and winter brings dramatic light and skies to the Grand Canyon, white snow against the red rocks and the feeling that you have this wonder of the natural world all to yourself. For hikers wanting to stay atPhantom Ranch at the bottom of the canyon, open bunks and the cooler temperatures of November and December make this the perfect time to check the trek off your life list. Limited year-round mule rides down to Phantom Ranch or along the East Rim Trail March through November are also much easier to schedule in the spring or fall. TheGrand Canyon Railway that travels between Williams and the Grand Canyon South Rim Village offers holiday packages in the fall and winter, and rooms with sweeping views at the historic El Tovar, Kachina, Bright Angel and other historic lodges are discounted and much easier to reserve, holidays excepted. Florida Steve Larese The powdery white beaches along Florida’s coastline are a favorite of families in the summer and snowbirds in the winter. But with perhaps the nicest weather of the year, fall is relaxed and the water is still warm. Hatching sea turtles can outnumber people on the beach. South Seas Island Resort on Captiva Island offers fall packages that include daily buffet breakfast, deep room discounts and resort credits for use at the spa or golf course. At the tony Ponte Vedra Inn & Club, nightly rates drop September through February. The restaurants and shops of nearby St. Augustine are far less crowded than in the summer, as are its attractions such as the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument. October is the perfect time to take a ghost tour of the city, and St. Augustine is known for its brilliant light display in December.   Ireland and Northern Ireland Steve Larese Spring and summer are Ireland and Northern Ireland’s busiest seasons. But the Emerald Island stays, well, emerald and the pubs just as cozy year-long. Late fall and winter see shorter days and moody skies, but temperatures hover in the high 40s and 50s. Airfare to Dublin is greatly discounted for the cooler months, and you’ll have popular attractions that have long lines in the summer seemingly all to yourself, such as Carrick-a-Rede, Giants Causeway, the Dark Hedges and Dunluce Castle in Northern Ireland and the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College’s Old Library, Kilmainham Gaol and

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December 31, 2015
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10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Awards 2015 – Vote Now!

December 31, 2015
Vote Today! 2015 Reader’s Choice Travel Awards- Vote daily for your favorite beach towns, ski lodges, water parks, iconic American foods, travel apps, and more! Each week we ask readers to help us pick the 10Best in a single category which can range from food, lodging and destinations to travel gear and things to do. Our travel experts select the 20 top nominees and you – the reader – make the final selections. Source: 10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Awards 2015 – Vote Now!

Cruise ship weddings. 5 reasons why.

December 27, 2015
5 Reasons to Get Married on a Cruise DECEMBER 14, 2015 BY HEATHER FASCHING Nowadays, the average cost of a wedding has risen to more than $30,000. However, a cruise wedding costs an average of just $7,000. You could take a lot of cruises with those savings. But cruise weddings offer more than just money saved. 1. They’re really affordable The cost of a cruise wedding varies depending on several factors such as the type of wedding, cruise line, port, etc., but all are extremely affordable. If you want a small, private wedding with just you and your soon-to-be-spouse, packages start at about $1,355. If you want to celebrate on the ship before it leaves port, allowing some guests to attend but not cruise, your wedding could cost as little as $1,795. A destination wedding at one of the ports of call might only cost you $1,755. Liking these prices? Wait until you read #2… 2. Almost everything is included in the price With a cruise wedding, there’s no need to spend hours searching the web and local papers for the best-priced bakery or the best-reviewed photographer, both of which will easily cost a few thousand dollars each. Depending on the type of package you book, everything is included in your cruise wedding – a cake, photographer, officiant, music, flowers, a wedding coordinator… basically everything you can think of. And if it’s not included in your package or you want something extra such as some added cake decorations, they’ll make it happen for you for a very small, incredibly reasonable surcharge. So not only is everything taken care of for you, it’s included in the price too. 3. You can get married onboard or have an exotic destination wedding There are several different packages to choose from for your wedding, but the two most popular are shipboard weddings while docked and destination weddings at ports of call. The former means you can get married while the ship is docked; that way guests can come and get off the ship before it leaves if they can’t join you on the cruise. The latter means you can get married at a destination while the ship is in port. This cruise wedding option could save some couples a lot of money in airfare, hotels, venue costs, , who want to have an exotic destination wedding that’s more affordable. 4. Your guests can join the cruise with a great group rate If you’re going to book a cruise wedding, you should definitely use a travel agent to help you coordinate the bookings for all the guests that want to cruise too. The added bonus here is that travel agents can get great group rates when booking eight or more cabins at a time, meaning your friends and family can go for even cheaper than what’s advertised and making it even harder for them to say no. 5. You’re already on your honeymoon The party doesn’t stop when the reception ends. Whether or not you’ve