Christmas is preparing to begin its journey with gifts around the world – and as always, you can track its movements with NORAD Santa Tracker

NORAD, the North American aerospace defense command, will begin its daunting journey of 510000Track 000 km, with the GPS location of the festive figurehead visible all the way

The NORAD Tracker is the Most Popular Way to See Santa’s Journey Every year, more than nine million people visit the website to find out where he is, and there is enough on the website to keep eager children starting his Trip to entertain

The US organization NORAD monitors the aerospace industry in the event of a nuclear attack for the rest of the year, but turns into a festive wonderland over the Christmas period – their tracker can be found here

Alternatively, Google’s Santa Tracker can also help you keep an eye on Santa Claus Until the beginning of its journey, the site has lots of fun games to keep the festive spirit alive

Santa’s journey begins just before 11am GMT at the North Pole, although of course he won’t reach Britain until midnight

His journey will be busy since he was 390Will visit 000 houses per minute – or 6424 per second

He starts in the South Pacific with his first stop in the Republic of Kiribati before heading to New Zealand and then Australia. The UK will be lower on the list in Europe after visiting Asia and Africa

After delivering to the good boys and girls in the UK, he flies to Canada, the USA, Central and South America

Santa Tracker

World News – UK – How to Track Santa Claus as He’s Delivering Presents Around the World