After four days of intensive preparation in Egypt, the Super Eagles took a break to explore the city of Ismailia on Friday.
Nigeria started the second phase of their training ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations on Monday after playing a goalless draw against Zimbabwe last Saturday.
Before facing Senegal on Sunday in their last friendly fixture, Gernot Rohr’s men cruised on the Suez Canal to cool off.
The Super Eagles are in Group B of the biennial tournament and they will begin their campaign against Burundi on June 22.
They will round up their group outings against Guinea on June 26 and Madagascar on June 30.