About Icelandic Elements
Icelandic elements is a partnership formed by childhood friends from Reykjavik who have combined their various experiences & skills to generate the ultimate Icelandic adventure. At Icelandic elements we offer an unrivaled personal experience; with a maximum group number of 6 we can guarantee that your trip will be everything you expected and much much more.
We believe the only true way to experience Iceland is the way that icelander‘s have for years, our goal is to help you enjoy Iceland the same way we have our whole lives.
Our tours will take you beyond the usual tourist attractions as we delve deeper into Icelandic culture and history, giving you a real feeling of life in Iceland whilst experiencing the best that Icelands nature has to offer.
Petur (or simply Peter) has been involved in outdoor activities his whole life, growing up in Iceland has given him a world of opportunities to connect with the nature. Petur started fishing at the age of 11 and since then has been involved massively as both a hobbyist & professionally and more recently has become a serious mountain bike competitor. After spending the summer of 2006 working as a fishing guide at Hofsa river lodge, Petur realised his passion & then began his quest to share this love of outdoor activities, in particularly the Icelandic nature with the world.
„The feeling of togetherness you get when competing or simply being in the nature with an intimate group is like none other, I started Icelandic Elements to share this feeling with you through my guided tours & activities.“ – Pétur Benedikt Rafnsson head Guide and founder of Icelandic Elements
Trip Advisor Reviews
Forget New Zealand, The Test and South Fork. Petur is magical. My son and I slept in Reykavik, At 8AM each day, Petur picked us up in his comfortable, modern... read more
My two friends and I just arrived home from a long weekend in Iceland and our one day tour of the south coast of Iceland was a highlight. Petur was... read more
My family and I had a one day tour with Petur to see the south coast of Iceland. I have to say it was the best way to go!!! I... read more