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Mauke is an island of the Cook Islands archipelago, lying in the central-southern Pacific Ocean. Its geography is characterised by a central volcanic plateau, deep caves and lakes, as well as jagged fossilised coral which extends 1,000 metres (3,300 ft) inland. The volcanic soil in the island's center are relatively fertile, so it is called "The Garden of the Islands".
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The climate of the Cook Islands, an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean located south of the Equator, "free association" with New Zealand, is tropical, with a rainy period from December to March and a relatively dry period from June to September, without there being a real dry season.
Rainfall is abundant throughout the country: on the northern islands, it ranges from 1,900 to 2,800 millimeters (75 to 110 inches) per year, becoming progressively more abundant from east to west, while on the southern islands, it hovers around 2,000 mm (80 in) per year.
The amount of sunshine on the Cook Islands is fairly uniform throughout the year, which means that even in the rainiest months, there is a fair amount of sunshine hours: showers are more intense and more frequent, but they do not last long and do not shield too much the sun, even in this period.