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Swartberg Pass or not?

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Working on our final plans for our September and are planning our drive from Hermanus to Knysna. We want to stop at the Congo caves and come down to through George. We want a scenic drive and have heard of a couple options. Is it worth the time (and does anyone have an idea how long it will take?) to go up to route 1 and then take the 407 which becomes the 328 as it passes thru Oudtshoorn and then mergers with N12 to George and then the N2 on to Knysna. Otherwise it looks like it's the N2 to George and then up north to the caves and then back down to Knysna That route doesn't look especially remarkable. Have I got this right? Would love some help and suggestions please

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