Tonight is the night!

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Christmas Eve is upon us and the big man himself is ready to set off on the mother of all journeys around the world.

And don’t worry, it’s already been confirmed Santa won’t be subject to any travel restrictions.

But how can you and your kids track Santa and see when he’ll be flying over Ireland?

We’ve searched the internet for you, and found some ways you can keep track:

Google Santa Tracker

Google have their own tracker where it’s not just about tracking Santa’s journey.

They’ve also included coding classes with the elves and lessons about different Christmas traditions across the world.

And of course, your kids can also use their North Pole Newscast to get the latest about Santa.

You can check it out here.

 

NORAD Santa Tracker

The North American Aerospace Defense Command also have an excellent tracker for keeping tabs on Santa.

Much like Google, there’s also a mini elf village where your kids can learn about Santa’s traditions and listen to Santa’s favourite Christmas songs.

You can also read about how NORAD use special technology to track Santa’s sleigh and access the tracker here.

The Santa Tracker

Of course, there’s also the classic Santa tracker site.

You can control Santa’s Christmas tree,  have your kids write a letter to Santa and even check if they are on Santa’s Naughty or Nice List.

You can check it out for yourself here.

Email Santa

You can also check out the Naughty or Nice list, and submit Christmas letters to Santa(or on behalf of the family pet as well.)

Your kids can even see what the North Pole elves and Santa are tweeting and texting each other.

And of course, you can also track Santa’s big journey today.

Will your family be tracking Santa’s journey this Christmas?