There are a lot of vacation destinations and tourist attractions around the world that draw in millions of people every year. Some people have these places on their travel bucket list while other people have already been tons of times and love to go back every now and then! Then, there are some places in the world that, no matter how much we may want to, we're just not allowed to visit.

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Some of them are completely off-limits to travelers while others have an incredibly exclusive guest list and only let in certain people. Either way, these places are some that not even the most dedicated tourists are likely to ever check off their travel bucket list.

To see 10 forbidden locations that you'll likely never be able to visit, keep reading!

10 Disney's Club 33

Club 33 is the name of a private club that is located in different Disney parks. It was opened as a secret club in Disneyland in the 1960s but has become more known to the public in recent years and has expanded to other Disney parks around the world.

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Members of Club 33 have access to Club 33 itself as well as members-only experiences in the parks. But, if you're a serious Disney fan that wants to join, you're going to have some trouble getting in. The wait list for joining Club 33 is said to be over 10 years long and it costs $25,000 to join as well as $10,000 per year to stay a member.

9 Area 51

Area 51, also known as Homey Airport or Groom Lake, is an Air Force facility located in the desert of Nevada. This location is highly classified and secretive to the point that, outside of the people that are actually working in Area 51, no one really knows what's going on there. Although most people speculate that it's simply a place for developing and testing military aircraft, others believe it has a more extraterrestrial purpose.

Believers in aliens and UFOs believe that the aliens spotted in Roswell in the 1940s have been taken to Area 51 where they're studied. Either way, Area 51 is completely closed off to curious eyes.

8 Snake Island, Brazil

Just the name of this forbidden location is enough to make our skin crawl! Snake Island, also known as Ilha da Queimada Grande, is an island off the coast of Brazil. When rising sea levels covered the land that connected this island to the coast, it became the only place in the world that houses a certain species of viper.

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Because the species of snake that lives on this island is so endangered, the island is closed off to visitors and the only people that go to this island regularly are scientists that go to study the snakes.

7 Ise Grand Shrine

Ise Grand Shrine is one of the most sacred locations in Japan. While visitors are free to walk around the forest near the shrine, access to this incredibly important location is strictly forbidden. The inner part of this shrine is dedicated to Amaterasu Omikami, the Shinto sun goddess.

Every 20 years, this ancient shrine is rebuilt as part of an ancient tradition in order to preserve it and keep it constantly looking like the day it was built. In the year 2033, the 63rd rebuild of this sacred shrine will take place.

6 Bohemian Grove

Bohemian Grove is located in Monte Rio, California and is a huge campground owned by the Bohemian Club, a private club that has an all-male membership base. Members range from musicians to businessmen and government officials. The Bohemian Club was founded in the late 19th century and has around 2,700 members.

In order to go to Bohemian Grove, a person must be a member of the Bohemian Club. Spouses and family members of members are allowed to visit Bohemian Grove at certain times, but they keep the location under pretty close watch. The wait list for membership is about 15 years long!

5 Poveglia, Italy

Poveglia is a small island located off the coast of Italy. According to historical records, the island was inhabited as early as the fifth century and was empty from between the late 14th century through 1776 when it got a new purpose. In that year, it began to be used as a quarantine station for people with the plague and other highly infectious diseases. It was eventually converted into a mental hospital but this was closed in the late 1960s.

The island was since abandoned and is now closed off to the public. It was almost turned into the site of a luxury hotel but since the developer didn't follow through this this plan, Poveglia still sits completely abandoned.

4 Ni'ihau Island

Ni'ihau Island is one of the Hawaiian islands and is known as the "forbidden island" of Hawaii to many people. This island is just off the coast of Kauai and has been owned by brothers Bruce and Keith Robinson and has about 170 residents living on the island.

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Even though this island has close to 200 people living on it, visiting this island is strictly forbidden. In order to visit the island, a traveler would have to personally speak to the Robinson brothers in order to get approval before they fork over between $500 and $2,000 to spend the day on a tour or safari on the island.

3 White's

White's is a gentleman's club located in London. White's opened in 1693 and has a reputation for being one of the oldest and most exclusive clubs of its kind. Notable members throughout history include Prince William, actor David Niven, and other important public figures from the UK.

Because of the seriously exclusive guest list, it's hard to say how one even goes about becoming a member of this club. In 2018, one woman did manage to sneak in while wearing a disguise during a protest of the single-gender rule but ladies, don't get your hopes up about trying this stunt out yourself.

2 North Sentinel Island, Andaman Islands

North Sentinel Island is an island located off the coast of India in the Bay of Bengal. This island may be forbidden to visitors, but that doesn't mean it's entirely uninhabited. North Sentinel Island is the home of the Sentinelese people, a group of indigenous people that are among the last on the planet to be completely uncontacted and unchanged by modern technology.

These people have taken some extreme measures against any outside people that try to come to their island. In order to protect the island and its inhabitants from outside diseases and contaminants, no one is allowed within about six miles of the island.

1 Heard Island Volcano, Australia

When many people think of Australia, it's likely that they think of deserts, hot weather, and spiders. So many spiders.

Heard Island is located off the coast of Australia, much closer to Antarctica than Sydney or Melbourne, and is home to one of the tallest mountains in the world. This mountain is called Big Ben and happens to be an active volcano. This island is covered in snow and ice and is completely uninhabited, except when scientists visit Heard Island every few years to study the volcano. Because of its remote location, this island is completely closed off to tourists.

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