On Christmas Eve, children often ask, Where is Santa Claus right now? How and where can I track Santa Claus? Thanks to the power of the Internet, it’s easy to track Santa Claus on his way to deliver presents from the North Pole to all the young boys and girls of the world. You don’t need to use your telescope to try to catch a glimpse of Santa and his sled in the sky. All you have to do is visit Santa Claus tracking Web sites.
Where is Santa Claus right now? Want to know the time Santa Claus is coming to town? Find out here with five free Web sites to track Santa Claus online before and on Christmas Eve:
Track Santa Claus with NORAD. Google and the US North American Aerospace Defense Command. At the Google and NORAD Web site, you can track Santa Claus from your computer, your cell phone or even on Twitter! The tracking begins at 6 a.m. Christmas Eve. This Santa Claus radar will show he and his reindeer leave the North Pole on his journey to delivery presents throughout the world starting from the North Pole. Visit www.noradsanta.org to track Santa Claus.
Santa Update. If your children want to know where Santa Claus is right now, they can visit the Santa Update Web site for the latest information from the North Pole. The site includes a countdown clock to tell you how many days Santa has before he launches on Christmas Eve. Visit the Elf Headquarters on the Web site to learn more about the elves that work at the North Pole helping Santa prepare for his Christmas Eve deliveries. This site will have children happy to know that Santa Claus is coming to town. Visit, www.santaupdate.com.
SantaClaus.Net Santa Tracker. When you visit SantaClaus.Net, you’ll find a screen showing where Santa Claus is located including his latitude and longitude position on the earth. You’ll feel as though you’re traveling along as you track Santa Claus and his reindeer. This site does more than track Santa’s location on Christmas Eve, it also provides children with a number of fun holiday Christmas activities including listening to Christmas songs, write a letter to Santa or receive a phone call from Santa. Have fun with the Santa Tracker by visiting www.santaclaus.net.
Santa Tracker Navigator. It’s cold at the North Pole, but that doesn’t have to stop your children from making a visit. Families and children can celebrate that Santa Claus is coming to town when they visit Santa Speaking. The Santa Speaking Web site has a Santa Tracker Navigator right on the home page making it easy for children to track Santa Clause this Christmas from the home computer. You can visit, www.santaspeaking.com.
Santa Radar. During the holiday season, you can visit Santa Radar to track Santa Claus via radar. You will be able to watch and see that Santa Claus is coming to town, traveling to cities as each location reaches midnight depending on the time zone. In the meantime, you can visit the site to write Santa Claus a letter and send it to the North Pole. You can visit Santa Radar at www.santaradar.org.
Now that you know how to track Santa, you won’t have to ask Where is Santa Claus right now?