If for many people today is a day of rest with family, for Santa it is a day of crazy people. The world's best-known bearded geezer is roaming the planet to your chimney, and you can follow your journey.
Since 2012, Google annually launches its Santa Tracker platform. Through this you can follow the sleigh ride in real time, and know how long it will take to deliver your gifts.
Arrival at your home is scheduled for when the clock strikes 12 December 25. Until then you can have fun discovering where Santa is, how long it takes to arrive, and how many gifts he has given to well-behaved boys from around the world.
Track Santa's trip through Santa Tracker
In addition to following Santa's trip, you can have fun playing while you wait. You can do the Penguin Race, try the Snowball Storm or Santa's Selfie.
If you want to know another solution of its kind, there is also the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) locator. The idea is the same, and in this case the planet earth is viewed in satellite format, making the experience more realistic.
Track Santa's trip through NORAD
My advice is that you sit by the fire with the ones you like most while everyone waits for Santa. The trip usually happens without delays, since we are talking about someone who already has enough experience in these journeys.
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