Pirates, it is that time of year again.. Christmas Eve is when Santa leaves the North Pole and starts his journey delivering presents to all of us, depending if we have been good pirates, which I'm sure we all have. The best thing is we can track his each and every move and see which country he is in and prove he can deliver presents to the whole world because of the different time zones.
The NORAD Tracks Santa has a host of interactive features, including music, games, information and a cool fact file section with plenty of information about Santa and NORAD. If you want to experience Santa eat countless mince pies, eat plenty cookies, drink gallons of milk and get stuck in dozens of chimneys you will have to start tracking him early on!
The great feature of the NORAD site is it will be supported in eight different languages and whilst they wont be showing every single stop they will have plenty to destinations to keep you busy for a long while.
Another great way of tracking Santa is to use the Google Santa Tracker, as well as being able to track him from take off to the last present being delivered there are many things to watch, play and learn on the site.
We suggest downloading the apps so you can keep track of him all through the day even if you are on the go.