Like all years, Santa Claus took his sleighhe got his reindeer ready and sailed through the air to deliver Christmas gifts to thousands of good girls and boys in the world on time.
So that you don’t lose any details of the route that the sled will follow led by Rodolfo in reindeer, Google launched a portal by which the smallest of the house will be able to monitor it in real time.
They will also be able to follow the countdown of hours left until it arrives at their homes.
According to the tracking system, Santa has already delivered gifts in Oceania, Asia and Africa, where the children have already gone to sleep due to the time change.
In places like New Zealand, South Korea and FinlandIt’s already December 25.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command (Norad) also set up their own site where they can follow Santa’s path. It is available in eight languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Chinese.
The little ones in the house can also call Norad, where 1,500 volunteers will answer your questions like where is Santa Claus at all times? Why does Rudolph the reindeer have such a red nose? When is Santa Claus’s birthday or who brings him presents?
Norad and its predecessor, the Continental Air Defense Command (Conad), have been on their journey for 67 years.
The tradition began in 1955 when the Sears department store published an ad inviting children to call Santa Claus, but instead of his phone number, it gave the direct line of the Conad commander-in-chief, Colonel Harry Shop.