Two years ago, my daughter and I took a wonderful trip through Uganda, the highlights being CHEX and Bigodi swamp walk at Kibale and two gorilla visits from Buhoma. Now, my husband and I are planning a trip for June/July 2014 that centers on 8-9 days of safari in either Kenya or Tanzania (still trying to figure that out). A lot of people combine a short gorilla visit with an East African safari, and my husband would love to do one gorilla hike (and I would love to go again!) and he'd love to see chimps too. What I am wondering is how many nights we would have to add to also visit Kibale, and if it make sense to try do both in 5 nights, or is that just too much driving? Maybe we can fly to Kihihi from JRO or Nairobi, I don't know, and maybe that would reduce driving time. Another question is whether anyone has done both CHEX and gorilla treks at Mahale in Tanzania and can comment on differences. It might be easier to stay in the same country for the primate experience, but then of course, husband misses the gorillas. I'd really like to make a short Uganda trip work. Thanks in advance for any suggestions/guidance.