Of course! Central America has reached a literary maturity and an idiomatic richness that is evident in writers of the stature of Rubén Darío, recognized as the Prince of Castilian Letters, who gave a new impetus to our language; Miguel Ángel Asturias, Nobel Prize for Literature; and, Augusto Monterroso, among others.
Learning the sweet and rhythmic Spanish in Central America with its different accents, meanings and slyness that vary from territory to territory will be a magnificent experience. For this the region offers Spanish schools for foreigners rooted in wonderful natural surroundings, colonial cities, beaches, etc.
All of them have excellent methodologies for learning the language, combined with community exchanges, excursions, and the experience of living with local families.