Santa riding on his sleigh

Where’s Santa right now? Track the jolly ol’ man ’till he hits your roof

Santa Claus has already begun his worldwide journey, delivering more than two billion gifts by 8 a.m.




Santa Claus has already begun his worldwide journey, delivering gifts across the globe with the help of his nine trusty reindeer.

According to NORAD Tracker, which watches Santa’s every move, he took off for his journey about 1 a.m. Saturday morning, already reaching Australia, China, and by 8:30 a.m. was en route to Burma.

By 8 a.m. he already delivered more than two billion gifts.

To see where St. Nick is now, visit: www.noradsanta.org

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