Depends on your needs.
Some people need to edit and share quickly, to keep their media stream active often, like on instagram.
If you're not looking to update quickly to a feed, then enjoy your trip, don't worry about editing.
A tablet or chromebook or something small and simple with an IPS panel display is a nice, light way, to simply review photos to see what you have before moving on for example. That can be useful if you have specific goals on your trip. I know a lot use ipad minis for this (LR app?).
I take a chromebook because I am a clunky tech user and don't care for touch-tablets. And I shoot RAW+JPG. I can review the JPG's quickly just to see what I have (better than the camera LCD). But I don't try to edit on location. I have no need to update a feed or media site on a daily basis.
Where I'm going in Costa Rica, internet access will be very limited. So regular updates on my feed won't be feasible. Maybe in the evenings, if there is a good satellite signal for the internet at the lodge.