The Qeswachaka Inca Bridge is an Inca rope bridge located in the Cusco region of Peru. It was built over the Apurimac River and is considered a sacred site by the local Quechua people. The bridge is made of woven grass and is replaced annually by the local community in a ritual that has been practiced for centuries. The bridge is a symbol of Inca engineering and a reminder of the Inca culture, which is still alive today. The Qeswachaka Inca Bridge is a must-see for any traveler in Peru.