In the Nasik exploration, checked out Navshya Ganpati - beautiful location near a small river (name = ?). Lots of copper bells and coconuts - apparently this is known for granting your wishes - from devotees. Then had Siva darshan at Someshwar - a bit further on the same river bank.
Then we went to Panchvadi - known for its Ramayana connection. Had darshan at Kalaram mandir for Ram/Lakshman/Sit - nice architecture, built with stone slabs -- and Seetha gupha, the cave where Sita was staying during the vanvaas. At Tapovan, about 3 km from there, saw where Lakshman cut off Shurpanakha's nose -- the place where the nose was thrown to is nasik (nasika - nose). And also the caves where Hermits were staying, etc.
On the way back, saw Pandav Leni -- over a hill side, where Pandavas were staying during their vanvas. Did not climb up - since it was late.