- 1 Firefly Car Rental at Denver airport
- 2 Wonderful places of to visit on a rented car
In Colorado, there are many interesting places for tourists.
Among them there are both unique natural objects and historical monuments.
To get easily to them, you need to apply to the services of car rental.
Don’t forget to get your accommodation settled with Hotel Jules – Denver for a pleasant stay.
Firefly Car Rental at Denver airport
Age restrictions and documents
In order to hire a car from Firefly Denver International airport, the driver must:
Be at least 21 years old;
Have a valid driver’s license;
Have a passport;
Have a minimum driving experience;
Have a personal credit card;
Credit card (with at least $600 for economy / compact car classes and at least $900 for everyone else). Note! Debit card is not suitable!
Getting a car
When receiving a car, be sure to check the declared and actual car damage in the contract.
Any scratch, dent or damage must be noticed in the contract.
FireFly company practices the option “full to full” – take and return the car with a full tank.
For the return of the car without a full tank, you must make an additional payment for about $50.
Getting a car off hours
If you urgently need to receive or return the car before or after the closing of the FireFly office, the additional cost will be $60.
For any penalty on the road, in addition to the amount of the fine, FireFly car rental adds an operating fee of about $30.
Compliance with these rules will help you do without additional penalties and charges.
Wonderful places of to visit on a rented car
Among the most interesting natural attractions of the state of Colorado are the national parks Black Canyon Gunnison, Great Sand Dunes and Rocky Mountains.
But let’s leave them behind as we have something else you probably didn’t know about.
Alta lakes (the nearest town – Telluride)
Magnificent trio of alpine gems that catch your eyes.
Near the lakes there is free camping.
Not far from here is located the ghost town of Alta, which is also worth a visit.
Potato lake (the nearest town – Durango)
The beautiful lake, framed by the greenery of the San Juan National Forest, is two miles north of Durango.
Clear water attracts to swim, and on the northwestern side of the lake you can see stunning landscapes of Twilight Peaks.
Rifle Falls State Park
Lush greenery, mysterious caves and a charming waterfall with three beds attract visitors from everywhere.
You can see the upper and lower parts of the waterfall, look into the limestone caves and walk under the poplars.
Curecanti Recreation area
The three lakes, named after the dams built on the Gunnison River, form the Curecanti National Recreation Area.
Tourists come here to admire beautiful panoramas of flat mountains (Mesa), see lakes resembling narrow fjords, and the same narrow deep canyons.
Lake Blue Mesa is the largest water reservoir in Colorado, the richest salmon fishery in the United States.
Lake Morrow Point originates in the Black Canyon and connects to Lake Crystal located below, which hides in the Gunnison Diversion Tunnel.
Not far from here, traces of habitat and many parts of dinosaur skeletons were found, approximately 6,000 years old, which gives additional interest to the Curecanti reserve.
Rent a car in Denver and move to this picturesque valley.
It is located on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains and contains traces of prehistoric life on earth.
Most Florissant samples are protected by the state and declared national treasures.
But some of the Park’s careers are accessible to tourists and to gather private collections of minerals.