Equatorial Guinea and Palau share neither a land border nor a maritime border, but they are both located in the Pacific Ocean. Palau is an island nation located east of the Philippines and north of Indonesia, while Equatorial Guinea is a small, oil-rich country located on the west coast of Africa.
The two countries are about 2,000 miles apart, and there is no direct way to call Palau from Equatorial Guinea. However, there are a few ways to make the call. One option is to use a satellite phone or a calling card to call a number in the United States, and then ask the U.S. operator to connect the call to Palau. Another option is to use an online service like Skype or Google Voice to call a Palauan number.