Best of Maui Hostels

Banana Bungalow Maui

Maui's Best HostelMaui's best hostel for over 6 years! Close to great windsurfing spots! Free daily tours of Maui take you to all the Maui sights, including Hana, Lahaina, Makena Beach and Haleakala volcano. (No other Maui hostel REALLY does tours, ask them.) Free morning beach shuttle. Large tropical garden and common area. Free high-speed InternetSatellite TV with every movie channel. Free airport drop-off. Free windsurf gear and luggage storage. Windsurfers: $250/month in a dorm. Facilities: Free daily tours of Maui take you to all Maui sights! Historic hostel with large tropical garden and large lounge and kitchen (bigger than any other Maui hostel.) Free: high-speed internet, local calls, morning airport drop-off and beach shuttle. Types of room: Romantic private rooms with garden and mountain views and a selection of twin, queen and king beds starting at $32. Four and six-person dorm rooms.



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July 2019

by Jeff Stark

we're all know it alls One of the most interesting characteristics of the climate change phenomenon is the fact that we're all know it alls. We have known how to solve this global threat for a long time. We've had windmills since the pioneer days when the prairies were dotted with primitive machines which pumped water to farmers, ranchers and growing towns. Solar panels made their debut in the public psyche when they supplied electricity to the first spaceships and orbital habitats. There was something magical about photovoltaics, and adherents tended to be off-the-grid, and sometimes off-the-wall. They even, occasionally, acted like know it alls. This undoubtedly accounts for some of the reasons that solar power had a difficult time breaking through as a mainstream product.

Even though the current versions of these technologies have evolved considerably the basics are relatively unchanged. Both wind and solar devices are more efficient, and less costly, than in the past. They still operate as harvesting technologies for energy from the sun. Most experts believe that solar photovoltaics, both residential and industrial, have the capability to provide over 40% of US energy. Some locales, for example the island of Maui, are already approaching that figure. Today's sunshine harvesters are exponentially more efficient ... More logo
Mauians are serious about protecting the beauty and natural environment of our island home.
A big part of our strategy involves embracing and implementing a "Zero Waste" philosophy.
To find out how to help protect one of the planet's most special places when you visit Maui

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