Bonanza additionally collects rubbish in the neighborhood, usually produced during the tourist season. They sort out the bulk of the work on the highway from Cusco via Paucartambo and Pilcopata to the Manu reserve. In March, before the main tourist season, they let tourists come along on rubbish-collecting journeys. In this way, Bonanza aids communities not only within the more westernised villages, but also those that lead a more conventional way of life. Vaughan has argued that native residents profit from lower retail costs as larger volumes enable economies of scale.