The Cessna F406 Caravan II was built primarily for use in the developing world. Not surprisingly, that’s where you usually find them. They’re sprinkled throughout Africa and South America. In North America, they’re mainly seen in Alaska (although the Navy SEALs did use at least one as a jump plane–90Y was bought by Hageland Aviation, and sported a nice red, white, and blue paint scheme).
Designed as a twin version of the C208 Caravan I, the F406 Caravan II doesn’t resemble the 208 in any way–except for its ability to handle short flights and rough fields.