He born on April, 1984, and grew up in the Manu National Park. As a child, he and his family used the abundant resources around them to live and prosper in the jungle, embracing the nature around them, and learning how to navigate the challenges as well. He went to secondary school in a community called Shintuya, a community made up mostly of people native to the Manu National Park. Later he moved to Cusco, where he studied Tourism at the Instituto Americana de Turismo. As a jungle specialist, Moises is very knowledgeable about plants, animals, and insects of Manu.
His lifelong experience has also given him a keen insight into the delicate way in which many species can thrive together in the jungle. He is particularly passionate about the thousand of species of birds in Peru, always on the lookout for different species, and studying their particularities in his free time. His passion is the bird watching and the wildlife photography. He uses Vortex 20-60x85 Razor HD Spotting Scope on the tour.