Mauke (Ma'uke also Akatokamanava) 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.
Mauke has a population of 300.
It is subdivided into four traditional districts. Vaimutu and Makatea are not further subdivided and correspond to one tapere each. Ngatiarua and Areora districts are subdivided into 6 and 3 tapere, respectively, totalling 11 tapere for the whole island: 
- Ngatiarua District (north, subdivided into 6 tapere)
- Vaimutu District (east, corresponds to 1 tapere)
- Areora District (south, subdivided into 3 tapere)
- Makatea District (west, corresponds to 1 tapere)
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