"Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night! #Santa is on his way back to the North Pole, and we look forward to tracking him again next year! #NORADTracksSanta," the NORAD wrote on Twitter.
Mele Kalikimaka! One of Santa’s last stops is in #Hawaii, and he couldn’t help but catch a few waves before he flew off to his next stop: The U.S. Minor Outlying Islands, Palmyra and Midway Atoll! #aloha #NORADTracksSanta https://t.co/gSvRD6ezKo— NORAD Tracks Santa (@NoradSanta) 25 декабря 2017 г.
Santa Claus has traditionally started his route from Russia’s Far East region of Chukotka and concluded it in the North Pole, the place of his residence.
Afterward, the NORAD’s base in Colorado became a center for monitoring the Christmas Eve’s journey, using the satellites, radars and US and Canada’s fighters in the air over the United States and Canada to track Santa on his route.