The eastern part of the Gendtse Waard is open for visitors to roam around. You can walk between small lakes that are the result of clay mining, throught thickets with blackthorn and hawathorn and riverine forest with willows and black poplar. Beaver live her and can be seen at dawn.
Some species you can see in summer: Grasshopper Warbler, European Stonechat, Gadwall, Eurasian Spoonbill, Little Ringed Plover, Northern Goshawk, Garganey.
In autumn and winter a lot of birds from the east and north visit the area: Greater White-fronted Goose, Barnacle Goose, Goosander, Smew, Great Egret.
Parking is possible in the village of Gendt or next to the road on the Waaldijk. From the village the area is easily accessible and a small path takes you into the reserve. As long as you keep 25 meters distance from semi-wild cattle and horses, you are allowed to roam freely through the area.